Categories Social Justice Black Lives Matter Resources Post author By Kevin Victor Rae Post date June 6, 2020 No Comments on Black Lives Matter Resources Sticky post Here is a master list of all the BLM resources I have found. I will update as I find more. Change.org petition for justice for Breonna Taylor National Resource List Anti-Racism Resources for White People Donate to Black Lives Matter Black & Pink — LGBTQ organization to abolish prisons. View this post on Instagram A post shared by allyson thuyngan ta 🤠 (@allysonta) on Jun 2, 2020 at 9:43am PDT View this post on Instagram Would only let me tag 20 accounts. Dream harvesting kit by @s8artscoalition. Food in order: @dulansoncrenshaw, @bridgetown_roti, @bludsosbbq. @saycheeselosangeles , @blackbottomsouthernkitchen, @thebleutruck, @allflavornogrease, @vanillablackla, @bloomandplumecoffee. A post shared by Jordan Firstman (@jtfirstman) on Jun 1, 2020 at 9:36am PDT View this post on Instagram #blacklivesmatter A post shared by Nina West (@ninawest) on Jun 2, 2020 at 9:44am PDT View this post on Instagram via @actdottv and @juveeproductions A post shared by laverne cox (@lavernecox) on Jun 3, 2020 at 12:23am PDT https://www.instagram.com/p/CBAqIE-nzCb/ View this post on Instagram I wrote this video a few years ago while writing for Franchesca Ramsey’s show DECODED. Have you ever wondered why white people are called caucasian considering that outside America caucasian refers to people from the region of the Caucasus Mountains? Not only that, there’s a pretty messed up history to what seems like an innocuous word. Words have powers. Words matter. #BlackLivesMatter A post shared by Ben O'Keefe (he/him) (@benjaminokeefe) on Jun 5, 2020 at 10:13am PDT View this post on Instagram We are starting to move into the next stage of the news cycle, which means it’s time to talk about how we capture the momentum of the last week and make sure this anti-racist allyship becomes more than just a flash in the pan. Here are some things you can do to ensure anti-racism persists as part of your active daily practice . . . . . #ally #allies #allyship #antiracism #antiracist #blm #blacklivesmatter #blacklivesmatter✊🏾 #stopkillingus #stopkillingblackpeople #icantbreath A post shared by Sophie W – Millennial Black (@officialmillennialblack) on Jun 2, 2020 at 3:52am PDT View this post on Instagram Social media has been a bit overwhelming since I first put up this post so it has taken some time for me to post this. On Friday, I shared this content on Twitter after I felt the conversations online were like screaming into an echo chamber. I wanted to provide those who wanted to support and be an ally with practical tips to move forward and make a change in our society. I am still somewhat surprised and overwhelmed by the reception so please take patience with me at this time. — For a note on who I am to those who have followed me from Twitter, my name is Mireille. I'm an assistant editor and I do freelance writing, PR and sensitivity reading and other bits on the side. I am extremely passionate about diversity and inclusion, and everything I have shared is not new knowledge to me. From as far back as I can remember I've been campaigning, fighting for equality and supporting and working with black owned organisations. I have worked in the diversity and inclusion space for around four years and I have been equipped with knowledge, skills etc through that work as well as through wider, intensive reading and being raised by a Jamaican mother who has a degree in Women's Studies. I felt as a mixed race person who was emotionally capable despite the current situation that I could use my learned experience, skills and compassion to offer this advice to allies and anyone else who was seeking advice but didn't know where to turn. This is now on my stories as a highlight so please feel free to share from there or here. — A small reminder that this took emotional labour and POC, especially black people are not here to teach you everything. When I said ask how you can support, I meant on a personal level as a friend etc. I hope this toolkit provides you with the starter info you need but there are genuinely people more experienced than me who warrant your listening to – please go and follow @nowhitesaviors, @laylafsaad, @rachel.cargle, @ckyourprivilege, @iamrachelricketts, @thegreatunlearn, @renieddolodge, @ibramxk + a few more: @akalamusic, @katycatalyst + @roiannenedd who all have books or resources from many more years of experience. _ A post shared by Mireille Cassandra Harper (@mireillecharper) on May 30, 2020 at 1:58pm PDT Tags black lives matter, resources ← Project Log #2: Using Character to Build Plot → Project Log #3: Endings & Rejection Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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