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Black Lives Matter: More Resources

Resources about the Black Lives Matter Movement

National Organizations

Organizations to understand and support movements for black and racial justice:

Black Lives Matter

Color of Change

Center for Racial Justice in Education

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

Racial Equity Project

Stand Against Hatred (Asian Americans Advancing Justice)

Stop AAPI Hate (Asian American Pacific Islander)

Japanese American Citizens League

Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit  

Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community

Bystander Intervention Training to Stop Anti-Asian and Xenophobic Harassment  


Supporting allied causes. List compiled by New York Times Magazine.

The Bail Project, a nonprofit that aims to mitigate incarceration rates through bail reform.

The National Bail Fund Network also has a directory of community bail funds to which you can donate, along with a COVID-19 rapid response fund. Another list of funds is available here.

Black Visions Collective, a black, trans, and queer-led social justice organization and legal fund based in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The NAACP Legal Defense Fund, which supports racial justice through advocacy, litigation, and education.

Communities United Against Police Brutality, which operates a crisis hotline where people can report abuse; offers legal, medical, and psychological resource referrals; and engages in political action against police brutality.

MOODI (Mobile Outreach and Outdoor Drop-In) is an initiative of the Cultural Wellness Center in Minneapolis, providing immediate response and resources for people currently without shelter.

We Love Lake Street is gathering donations for small businesses and non-profits on Lake Street in Minneapolis, to help with the clean-up effort.

Communities United for Police Reform is an initiative to end discriminatory policing in New York, helping to educate people on their rights and document police abuse.

The Legal Rights Center is a non-profit law firm based in Minneapolis, offering legal defense, educational, and advocacy services.

Showing Up for Racial Justice works to educate white people about anti-racism and organizes actions to support the fight for racial justice and undermine white supremacy.

No New Jails NYC aims to keep the city from constructing new jails, and to instead divert funds that currently go toward the police and incarceration toward housing, ending homelessness, mental health, and other community support systems.

The Know Your Rights Camp, an organization founded by Colin Kaepernick that provides education and training in black and brown communities, set up a legal fund for Minneapolis protestors.

Fair Fight, an organization founded by Stacey Abrams that aims to end voter suppression and equalize voting rights and access for fairer elections

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