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Moonlight
Moonlight explores the life of its gay protagonist, Chiron, in three stages of his life. As he grows, he learns to accept himself being gay in the the Black community.
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The Combahee River Collective Statement
The Combahee River Collective Statement discusses black feminism as well as intersectionality, the distinct parts in an individual that work together to make up a person's identity.
Historical Context
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Seeing White Podcast
A deep dive into what it means to be white and how the idea of race and "whiteness" was developed in the United States.
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White Privilege
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1619
This podcast series examines the 250 years of slavery and how 400 years since the arrival of the first slave ship to the United States, the system still holds its Black citizens separately from the rest of society.
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Martin Luther King Jr.'s True Radical Legacy Being Whitewashed
Byrd's article examines how Martin Luther King has been de-radicalized as a mainstream outlet to absolve white guilt.
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The Black Experience
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Devastation of Black Wall Street
The article goes over the historic wave of racial violence that destroyed an affluent African-American community in 1921 since it was seen as a threat to white-dominated American capitalism.
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How The History Of Martin Luther King Jr. Has Been Severely Whitewashed
In this video, Georgetown sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson explains how the radical legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. has been whitewashed and co-opted by conservatives to distort his message.
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Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992
The documentary examines the Rodney King Riots, demonstrating the triangular relationship between the Black community, Korean community, and police in Los Angeles.
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Police Brutality
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The Intersectionality Wars
This article discusses the concept of intersectionality and how in recent years, it has become highly politicized by the Conservative Party in fear of the social hierarchy being upended for a new one.
Historical Context
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Forever Foreigners or Honorary Whites?: The Asian Ethnic Experience Today
In Tuan's book, she explores the American narrative of Asian identity, being caught in between being both a forever foreigner and honorary white.
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What is Racial Capitalism and Why Does It Matter?
Kelley discusses the concept of Racial Capitalism, the process of deriving value from the racial identity of others, and how it has constructed the global capitalist structure we see today
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Malcolm X
In this biopic about Malcolm X's life, they explore his story as a product of his environment to his transformation into one of the most influential yet misunderstood figures in the Black community.
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Tulsa's Black Wall Street Massacre
In this video, Sidner explores how in 1921, mobs of white residents attacked an affluent Black community in Tulsa leading to the devastation of black residents and businesses.
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13th
A documentary that explains how the 13th amendment didn't abolish slavery, but rather, rebranded Black Americans into criminals to perpetuate a new system of slavery.
Mass Incarceration
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Are Prisons Absolete?
Activist Angela Davis, takes a deep dive into the United States' prison system, how it was originally founded, and it's current operations while arguing for its abolishment.
Mass Incarceration
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The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
The New Jim Crow is an account of the rebirth of reformed slavery system in the United States, one that has resulted in millions of African Americans locked behind bars.
Mass Incarceration
The Black Experience
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Prison Pipeline
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Is Prison Labor Slave Labor? A Look at Both Sides
In this short article, both arguments for/against prison labor are presented with a short explanation on the arguments of activists that deem prison labor a reformed version of slave labor.
Mass Incarceration
The Black Experience
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Black History Month Through An Asian American Lens
In this blog post, AAPIP highlight moments of historical connections across African American and Asian American experiences and solidarity shared between both groups.
POC Allyship
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The Racial Triangulation of Asian Americans
This academic paper describes the ideas of racial triangulation that has historically pit the Asian and Black communities against one another.
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Justice for Black Lives (The Mindful Femme, Episode 1)
A a deep dive into the policing system in the United States, and further educational resources about the movement.
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Black Lives Matter Movement
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Police Brutality
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Model Minority' Myth Again Used As A Racial Wedge Between Asians And Blacks
In this article, Chow debunks the age old model minority myth and how it's used as a racial wedge between the Asian and Black communities.
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5 Steps Latinos Can Take to Combat Anti-Blackness
This article highlights 5 steps that the Latinx community can take to combat anti-blackness within its own community and recognize the role that Afro-Latinos have played in history.
POC Allyship
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Colorism in the Latinx Community
In this Instagram thread, the history of colorism in Latin countries due to years of colonization from Spaniards is explored.
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Anti-Blackness: Explained for Older Chinese Parents
In this video (Cantonese-Chinese audio with bilingual subtitles), Chan explains to Asian parents how they might be perpetuating anti-blackness in their daily lives.
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Save the Tears: White Woman's Guide
In her blog post, Mac explains how white women can weaponize their sadness, anger, and frustrations towards reevaluating their privilege and how inclusive their activism is.
White Privilege
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White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
This discussion of white privilege compares it to an invisible knapsack full of unearned perks that can be cashed in by white people that they might not even notice, something where communities of color would not have similar advantages.
White Privilege
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White Flight Never Ended
In this article, Semuels explores the historical context of White Flight and how it has evolved into more diverse cities, but at the cost of gentrification and pricing out minority residents.
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How White Women Use Strategic Tears To Silence Women Of Colour
In this article, Hamad explains how the legitimate grievances of brown and black women are often overshadowed by the accusations of a white damsels in distress.
White Privilege
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White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism
This book is written by a white person for white people to redefine the conventional definition of racism and explains why they might be afraid to talk about race.
White Privilege
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Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory and Antiracist Politics
In one of the first pieces discussing the ideas of intersectionality, Crenshaw highlights how her struggles are unique and cannot classified as simply due to her being a woman or her being Black.
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The School-to-Prison Pipeline, Explained
In this video, they explain how factors such as increasing police presence in predominantly Black schools have led to the creation of a school-to-prison pipeline.
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Code Switch
Code Switch is an NPR podcast focused on talking about race in the United States, exploring all aspects of society, from politics to sports to history.
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Black History Year
Black History Year aims to connect the Black community with the history, activists, and thinkers while keeping the goal of representing Black interests in mind.
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The Case for Reparations
Coates examines the many different methods of systemic racism and how it has evolved, to make the case for reparations.
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No Place for Self-Pity, No Room for Fear
Toni Morrison's piece talks about how dictators destroy art as a way to control the narrative around history and why it is more important than ever in times of conflict for artists to speak out.
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How Redlining Shaped Black America As We Know It
Using both history and humor, Felice Leon explains how decades of government-sanctioned policies of redlining is one of the main causes for white supremacy.
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How Voter Suppression Targets Students & Black People
In this video, Dr. Anderson goes over how voter suppression is used to target the black and student populations.
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Teach Us All
60 years after Brown vs. Board of Education, schools still remain segregated but now under the guise of income rather than race.
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How To Deconstruct Racism, One Headline At A Time
In his 17-minute TED talk, Thurston dissects news headlines to uncover the "structure" of systemic racism to focus on how white discomfort leads to the destruction of black lives.
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Uncomfortable Conversations With A Black Man
In this video, Emmanuel Acho talks about uncomfortable topics to educate white people (and non-Black POC allies) on how to funnel their anger and frustration into ways to help those around them understand the movement.
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Who Gets to Be Afraid in America?
Kendi's piece in The Atlantic compares his own experiences to Ahmaud Arbery's, with the reflection that he could have been Arbery, and in the eye's of many people, he IS Arbery.
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How Can We Win
In this video, Jones makes a passionate argument about how the economic and social inequalities forced upon Black Americans have led to this boiling point of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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8:46
This Dave Chappelle special, just days after the murder of George Floyd, is a raw yet impactful conversation about the Black experience in the United States and the Black community's relationship with its country.
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The Nod
The Nod discusses stories of the Black experience and Black culture and the role that it has played in mainstream media.
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The Stoop
This podcast series talks about stories and issues in the Black community that don't receive a lot of media spotlight.
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How to Be an Anti-Racist
In his book, Kendi explores how to practice anti-racism consistently in our lives to ensure we aren't allowing ourselves to be complicit at the face of microaggressions or discrimination.
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The Ballot or The Bullet
In this speech by Malcolm X in the Civil Rights Era, it explains the pent up anger that the black community feels in America as well as calling for direct action for immediate change.
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The Difference Between Cultural Appropriation And Appreciation
In this piece, Brucculieri explores how cultural appropriation allows for a double standard where privileged individuals are able to co-opt minority culture.
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Racial Disparities in Healthcare are Pervasive
In this video, Dr. Aaron Carroll explains how implicit biases affect medical professionals and creates racial disparities in healthcare where Black communities are being undertreated or mistreated.
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Living Black (Episode 1 of Trigger Warning with Killer Mike)
Using an overly satirical approach, rapper and activist, Killer Mike tries to live for three days while "living Black," only supporting Black owned businesses, in an attempt to keep the dollar in the Black community.
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Dear White People
A comedic satire that follows the stories of black students at a fictional Ivy League college which explore the casual racism that exists even in an idealized prestigious, post-racial environment.
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The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson
Years after the mysterious death of Black Trans activist, Marsha P. Johnson, her case reopens to find major pushback from the city, highlighting the discrimination given to her due to her unique intersectionality.
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Pod Save the People
Activist Deray Mckesson and his fellow activists explore social issues and politics of the day, bringing in experts to better understand the issues.
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White Lies
White Lies examines the murder of Rev. James Reeb, an ally and activist during the Civil Rights Movement to explore his death and secrets around the murder.
Black Lives Matter Movement
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A History of the Black Lives Matter Movement
In this video, they explain what the Black Lives Matter movement seeks to achieve, how social media has changed it, and why it's now an election issue.
Black Lives Matter Movement
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The Coronavirus Was an Emergency Until Trump Found Out Who Was Dying
Serwer discusses the idea of the racial contract and how it is disproportionately affecting communities of color.
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Thousands in London protest to say 'Black Lives Matter
In this video from London, protesters gather to protest for the arrest of the police officers that murdered George Floyd, showing a beacon of international support.
Black Lives Matter Movement
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A Look Into The Movement's History
This video seeks to explain the history of how the Black Lives Matter movement was created as a reaction to police violence and has since reached new levels.
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When They See Us
This drama miniseries retells the real life story of the Central Park Five, five kids that were charged and wrongfully tried for raping a white women in 1989.
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Mass Incarceration
The Black Experience
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Oprah Winfrey Presents: When They See Us Now
Oprah interviews the cast as well as the real life inspirations of the Central Park Five, discussing what it took to film the series as well as the real experiences that the men have gone through.
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Mass Incarceration
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The Black Experience
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Who Do You Serve, Who Do You Protect? Police Violence and Resistance in the United States
This book explores the different ways that the police upholds a system of oppression amongst the minority communities and what alternatives there are to policing.
Police Brutality
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Black Lives Matter Movement
The Black Experience
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Another Black Life Lost: A Sit-Down with Siblings of Isak Aden
Through an interview with the siblings of Isak Iden, who was wrongfully killed by the police, they express how they took over their local City Council meeting.
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American Son
This movie reflects the fears many black families face when interacting with the police, following a mother trying to find her missing son.
Police Brutality
The Black Experience
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Why All Cops Are Bad
Using both statistics and real life examples of police brutality, Chong makes the case for the popularized phrase of "All Cops are Bastards."
Police Brutality
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Would Defunding the Police Make Us Safer?
On this episode, the hosts explore how defunding the police can be the solution to city and state budget problems due to the pandemic.
Police Brutality
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The Black Experience
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We Cannot Stay Silent About George Floyd
Hasan's call to action is geared towards Asian-Americans to take action and support the movement following the murder of George Floyd.
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Ending Qualified Immunity
In this article, Vox explores how police can violate your constitutional rights and suffer no consequences in court.
Police Brutality
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Police: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
A historical perspective from Oliver on how policing and white supremacy are historically intertwined as the backbone of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Police Brutality
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Why We Should Defund the Police
The American Friends Service Committee created a list of 6 reasons why it’s time to defund the police.
Police Brutality
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The Broken Policing System
Hasan talks about the police system and the many different ways the institution does not represent or protect communities of color.
Police Brutality
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Can Black Lives Matter & Law Enforcement See Eye To Eye?
This video brings supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement and Blue Lives Matter together to spark dialogue in order to find a middle ground.
Police Brutality
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44th & 3rd Bookseller
44th & 3rd Bookseller is a Black-owned business that sells books and aims to represent the richness, diversity and genius of Black expression through its selection.
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Kizzy's Books & More
Kizzy's Books & More is an Black-owned independent bookstore committed to embracing the African-American culture and the joy of reading.
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QBIPoC Mental Health Counseling
Created and led by Fearless Femme 101, this program provides mental health care through FREE 40 minute sessions to help secure the peace of mind, belonging, and love for Queer BIPoC.
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Email Them
Hold your elected representatives accountable to keeping Black lives safe. This page finds their contact info, creates, and sends an email or tweet to them.
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Defund 12
Email government officials and council members to reallocate egregious police budgets towards education, social services, and dismantling racial inequality via this crowd-sourced tool.
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Justice for Julius
Julius Jones is on death row in Oklahoma despite compelling evidence that he was wrongfully convicted and that racial bias infected his case. Follow this link to fill out a template that will send an e-letter to the Pardon & Parole Board.
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Make the KKK Illegal
The Ku Klux Klan is a white supremacist hate group with historic background of terrorism, including countless physical assaults and murders. Sign this petition to make the KKK illegal.
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Justice For Tony McDade
Tony McDade was a transgender Black man that was brutally murdered by a Tallahassee police officer on Wednesday, May 27th. This petition is calling for and DEMANDS the release of the officer/ murderer’s name to the public, and for them to receive the highest amount of consequence.
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Justice For Tamir Rice
More than a year after police shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice as he played in a park with a toy gun. We need the U.S. Department of Justice to step in, so please sign this petition to conduct a real investigation into the killing of a 12-year-old Tamir Rice.
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Justice for Ahmaud Arbery
On February of 2020, 25 year-old Ahmaud Arbery was chased and gunned down by Travis McMichael, under his pretenses of witnessing a burglary. No one has the right to pursue, attack and kill an unarmed, non-threatening individual. Ahmaud’s voice will be heard. In an effort to seek justice, please sign the petition expressing your concern.
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Justice for Breonna Taylor
The petition for Breonna Taylor demands justice for her and her family, while also calling for ending of police brutality. The petition aims to charge the officers responsible for her death, damages paid to her family, an investigation in the Louisville Police Department, and calling upon the constitutionality of no-knock warrants.
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Demand The Ban on Chokeholds to Preventing Excessive Force
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, an Black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota while handcuffed and lying face down on the street during an arrest. Minneapolis Police Officer, Derek Chauvin, kept his knee on George Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. Sign this petition to support the passage of H.R. 4408 - Eric Garner Excessive Use of Force Prevention Act of 2020 to ban the Chokehold and/or the application of any pressure to the throat or windpipe, which may prevent or hinder breathing or reduce intake of air.
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Demand the U.N. Take Action to Condemn Police Brutality in US
International human rights laws protect the right to protest, and the right to be safe from excessive and unnecessary force by police. Sign the petition to demand that the United Nations decry racist police violence in the United States as a violation of human rights!
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Police De-Escalation Training
In order to combat institutionalized violence, we need to mandate that police officers are trained with de-escalation in mind. Please sign this and send this to your local members of Congress in hopes of introducing a bill calling for mandated police de-escalation training!
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Mandate The Police Force Academies To Take Racial Bias Training
Innate biased tests are made to measure your impulsive response to other ethnic groups or races. These tests would ensure justice departments can identify cops that have problematic subconscious biases. Please sign this petition as a first step for an equality in the justice system!
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Ban The Use Of Inhumane Rubber Bullets
There have been various occurrences where peaceful protesters have been shot with rubber bullets by the police. However, they may cause bone fractures, injuries to internal organs, or even death. Please sign this petition for the sake and safety of protesters across the nation.
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End Qualified Immunity
Qualified immunity requires a victim to identify an earlier decision in the same jurisdiction that matches precisely the same conduct, under the same circumstances, to be illegal or unconstitutional. If none exists, the official is immune. If you believe victims should be able to get recourse from the officers who violated their rights, then you should sign this petition!
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Robert Fuller was found dead June 10, 2020, hanging from a tree outside City Hall Palmdale
Robert Fuller was found hanging from a tree outside of a City Hall in the Greater Los Angeles area. Though officials are quickly ruling it as a suicide, his family suspects foul play at hand. Sign this petition to support the launching of a formal investigation!
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Justice for Lakeith Smith and A’Donte Washington
Lakeith Smith, now 20, was charged with the murder of his friend, a crime he did not commit. A'donte died at the hands of a policeman, but under Alabama's laws, Smith and the other three men participating in the break-ins were found liable for the death of Washington. Sign this petition to seek justice for them!
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The Conscious Kid
Using their Instagram as their main platform, The Conscious Kid spreads awareness about how to raise children in an anti-racist approach.
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Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu Iyamah
As a Nigerian multi-disciplinary artist, Ogorchukwu uses her platform on Instagram to teach POC how to emotionally, mentally and physically support themselves.
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Britt Hawthorne
As a nationally recognized equity trainer in education, Britt Hawthorne uses her platform to create an online community centered around anti-racist teaching.
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Ibram X. Kendi
Author of "How to be an Anti-Racist," Ibram X. Kendi has been an advocate for changing the way we examine racial relations in order to combat subconscious biases that contribute to white supremacy.
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leftnortheast
A leftist social media page that takes stories of current political and racial issues and packages it for the Gen Z/Millennial audience.
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The "I'm Tired" Project
For the "I'm Tired" Project, founders Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans highlights microaggressions, stereotypes, and discrimination through galleries of images portraying each a painful aspect of American identity.
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No White Saviors
Led by a majority female, majority African team of professionals, No White Saviors is an advocacy campaign to build a network of liberation based on African communal power.
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Brea Baker
Brea Baker is a recent Yale University grad and founder of the Head 2 Toe Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to support women and girls around the globe.
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Nupol Kiazolu
Nupol Kiazolu is the President of the Youth Coalition for Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, and uses her platform to reframe how the country thinks about racism.
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The Martha P. Johnson Institute
The Martha P. Johnson Institute is an organization that focuses on creating a safe space for Black trans women to heal, defend their rights, and promote inclusion of the Black trans community.
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The Okra Project
The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals to their own homes.
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IntegrateNYC
IntegrateNYC's mission is to desegregate and provide students with more equity through the reimagining of the NYC public school system.
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We Love Lake Street
Organized by the Lake Street Council (501c3), they are raising money to help rebuild Lake Street’s small businesses and community organizations.
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My Brother’s Keeper Alliance
Founded in 2014 by former President Barack Obama, this organization seeks to ensure literacy, high school, and college graduation, to promote successful entrance into the workforce for black youths.
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Campaign Zero
Campaign Zero aims to create solutions by providing research and data to organizers and policymakers, to advocate for the end police violence nationwide.
Ending Police Brutality
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Communities United Against Police Brutality
Communities United Against Police Brutality is a Twin-Cities based organization that deals with police brutality in Minneapolis to prevent the day-to-day abuses of the police force while supporting survivors of police abuse.
Ending Police Brutality
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Equal Justice Initiative
The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration and to protect basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
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100 Black Men of America
Program established in 1986 which addresses the educational, social, emotional, and cultural needs of black communities through a network of mentorship programs across the nation.
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Black & Brown Founders
This organization helps to provide Black and Latinx entrepreneurs, two underserved and underrepresented communities with the resources needed to launch their own businesses.
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Black Feminist Project
The Black Feminist Project aims to empower women by educating them and restoring agency in their lives through food and reproductive justice programming.
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Prison Book Program
Prison Books Program is a grassroots organization that has been sending free books to prisoners for over 50 years.
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Know Your Rights Camp
The Know Your Rights Camp focuses on the well-being of the Black community through educational and self-empowerment.
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Black Girls Code
Black Girls Code is focused on providing young girls of color the opportunities to learn computer programming, providing further representation in STEM.
Education
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United Negro College Fund
Established over 75 years ago, this is one of the most successful programs for promoting advancement for black youths.
Education
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NAACP
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is an advocacy group formed in 1909 to help ensure equality of rights for all people and to eliminate race-based discrimination. 100 years later, they are still fighting.
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American Civil Liberties Union
The ACLU has been fighting injustice since its inception over 100 years ago, and they continue to fight for the human rights of all.
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Gianna Floyd Fund
This fund raises money to directly support George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter Gianna.
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