Anti-Racism Resources #BlackLivesMatter

Anti-Racism Resources #BlackLivesMatter

Compiled from various sources online, also cited here. First published May 30, 2020 with updates weekly.


Consider donating to these worthy orgs led by and protecting trans communities
Homeless Black Trans Women Fund
G.L.I.T.S. Inc
The Okra Project
Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative
Marsha P. Johnson Foundation
Black Trans Protesters Emergency Fund
Radical Muslim Mutual Aid
Trans Women of Color Collective
Transgender Law Center
Trans Justice Funding Project
For the Gworls
The Trevor Project
Trans Women of Color Solidarity Fund
Queer Detainee Empowerment Project
List of Orgs to Support Black Trans People
Sylvia Rivera Center for Social Justice (local)

Petitions to Sign:
Justice for Riah Milton
Justice for Dominique Fells
Justice for Tony McDade


Here are some actions you can to take to demand justice for Breonna Taylor. Bre would be celebrating her 27th birthday on June 5, 2020.
Justice for Breonna Taylor Petition
#JusticeforBre Petition
Petition: Police officers who killed Breonna Taylor must be fired
–Document on how to Take Action & Fight for Bre, outlining demands and contact info for elected officials


1. Contribute/Share Funds and Petitions (links below, more petitions that have not met their goal)
2. Stay updated. Follow the hashtags #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeforFloyd #JusticeforBre #IRunWithMaud #TonyMcDade #DreasjonReed #JusticeforJoaoPedro #ICantBreathe
3. Demand accountability, pressure your elected officials to address police brutality
4. Educate yourself of systemic oppression and the roles our communities play in upholding white supremacy
5. Talk to your friends and family about anti-racism
6. Join a protest if you feel you can do it safely.


Black Lives Matter
NAACP’s Update on Demands
Minnesota Freedom Fund covers bail for jailed protesters, has asked donations be re-directed to black youth-led orgs like Black Visions and Reclaim the Block, here’s an updated list
Vegas Freedom Fund
George Floyd Memorial Fund
I Run With Maud, Justice for Amaud Arbery Fundraiser
Justice for Breonna Taylor Petition, Take Action & Fight for Bre
Demand Justice for Tony McDade
Petition for Tony McDade
Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative, working to build a black trans futurist framework for practical
The Okra Project, providing meals and resources to black trans people facing global crisis
Trans Justice Funding Project, supports grassroots, trans justice groups run by and for trans people
Trans Women of Color Solidarity Fund
Black Trans Protesters Emergency Fund
–Find your Reps and learn how to take action via Campaign Zero
–Sign the Color of Change Petition
Justice LA, stopping jail expansion and reclaiming and reinvesting dollars
Movement for Black Lives, sign the petition
National Bail Out Fund – Free Black Mamas
Know Your Rights Camp provides resources to black and brown communities and anyone arrested for protesting police brutality
The American Civil Liberties Union provides legal assistance where civil liberties are at risk
Fair Fight combats voter suppression for fair elections
Committee to Protect Journalists fights press freedom violations worldwide
Raices provides legal services to immigrant families, children, and refugees
Everytown for Gun Safety
Drug Policy Alliance reducing the harms of drug use & drug prohibition
Black Visions Collective working to develop Minnesota’s emerging Black leadership for political campaigns
Reclaim the Block working to defund Minneapolis police department, they are city council members redirecting the city budget away from law enforcement.
The Bail Project provides bail for people who otherwise can’t afford it, their mission is to combat mass incarceration
Bail Fund Twitter Thread & Natl Resource listlinks to bail funds and resources in various cities/states
The Innocence Project working to exonerate the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice
Southern Poverty Law Center, monitors hate groups and exposes activity
Crybaby Zine doc of US Based Resources incl. bail out funds, community organizations, medical aid groups, food banks, mental health resources, and more.
(F)empower Community Bail Fund, Cash App/Venmo: FEMPOWERMIA
Until Freedom providing rapid response, campaign development, and education to address racial injustice

Navajo Nation COVID-19 Donations
Native Americans Rights Funds
National Indian Child Care Association
First Nations Development Institute
Nevada Urban Indians Inc.


Color of Change Instagram
–Ideal Bookshelf Anti-Racism Booklist
Anti-Racism for White People & Parents reading list recommended by The Conscious Kid
–Ijeoma Oluo with Charles Mudede: So You Want to Talk About Race (video)
The New Jim Crow (book)
–Monique Melton’s Anti-Racism Crash Course
Abolition Study
United We Dream – Know Your Power includes Migrawatch hotline to report ICE/CBP activity, list of legal rights when encountering immigration agent in your home, public or job, and tips for how to protect yourself.
–Recommended Education and Resources from Anti-Racism Project
What does Police Abolition look like?
#EndWhiteSilence Week of Action
Art+Feminism Collaborative George Floyd Uprising Resource List
–Resource List (Petitions, Funds, Readings) by It’s Nice That
Black Revolutionary Texts
National Center for Trans Equality

–Recommended links & readings by Mimi Zhu:
More fund links
Black & Asian Solidarity in NYC Panel (video)
20+ Allyship Actions for Asians to Show Up for the Black Community
Black Women Radicals & AAFC Reading List
Amy Cooper Knew Exactly What She Was Doing (article)
Algorithms of Oppression Book Club & Study Group

–Recommended TV & Film by domrobxrts:
13th, American Son, Dear White People all available on Netflix
Chinonye Cukwu’s Clemency and Ryan Coogler’s Fruitvale Station available to rent



National Resource List for Protesters
Protesters Handbook, mini-comic by Em Jiang
–DO NOT share videos/images of the faces of friends and comrades protesting
–In case of tear gas, DO NOT use milk to flush as it may cause infections. Water and baking soda solution after relocating to a breezy, well-ventilated area to encourage tear gas particles to dissipate.
–Available in California: Mobile Justice App for recording and reporting police conduct
–Know Your Rights, report violations with the ACLU
–The Central Protest Directory for information on protests happening in cities across the country