Anti-racist/Allyship resources compiled from social media and other online resources. Educate yourself through books, podcasts, and articles! Diversify your media with BIPOC-based films & TV shows. Learn protest safety tips and ways to prevent burnout in order to keep the momentum of activism!
Learn the stories of victims of police brutality and racially charged hate crimes. There will be a comprehensive list of action steps you can take to fight for these victims: from petitions, email templates, phone numbers, to donations! You can do everything in the comfort of your own home!
The manner in which you spend money can have far-reaching economic and social impact. There will be links to donate to organizations who fight for racial justice, LGBTQ justice, bail funds, and more! Diversifying your spending also shows solidarity with a group. Gain access to a list of directories in all 50 states of local black-owned businesses, which historically have had a harder time accessing loans & capital!
Voter suppression still happens today. Systemic issues still continue to impact our democracy and disenfranchised marginalized communities. Without a political voice, voters of color cannot advocate for policies that will affect their everyday life. However, you have the ability to fight these groups through a ballot. Gain resources on how to vote, research about candidates, and get involved in the election!
Petitions are a tactic. They serve to help broader campaigns and put the political pressure to enact legislation that will fight against systemic racism and injustice. Online petitions draw the media’s attention to a story and urge for action steps. They are a quick and easy way to raise awareness for issues and solutions. Still this is just the beginning. We must research, educate ourselves, and relearn.