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Share Your Resources and Wealth: $upport Ongoing Antiracist Work
Donate: Black Lives Matter Global Network
The official donations/support web page for the Black Live Matter movement. Support Black liberation and an end to economic and racial violence.
Black Trans Protestors Emergency Fund
Grassroots network funds to support Black trans protestors with resources, medical care, and jail bail.
All funds that are not needed will be redistributed to Black trans-led orgs doing the work to minimize violence against Black trans folks.
Black Queer/Trans organizations: a compiled list
Donate to Black Trans Groups
Redistribute resources to support Black trans liberation and survival! Split a donation to all the orgs listed on this page OR allocate specific amounts to individual groups.
The Okra Project
"Based on individual donations, The Okra Project pays Black Trans chefs to go into the homes of Black Trans people to cook them a healthy and home-cooked meal at absolutely no cost to our Black TGNC siblings;" for houseless folks the Okra Project arranges home-cooked food deliveries.
The Okra Project's Nina Pop Mental Health Recovery Fund for Black, Trans folk
an emergency mutual aid fund that raises money to pay for one-time mental health therapy sessions with licensed Black women therapists.
The Okra Project's Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Fund for Black, Trans folk
"The Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Fund is an emergency mutual aid fund that raises money to pay for one-time mental health therapy sessions with licensed Black male therapists."
Black Visions Collective
BLVC is a Minnesota Black-led, Queer and Trans centering organization whose mission is to organize powerful, connected Black communities and dismantle systems of violence. We do this through building strategic campaigns, investing in Black leadership, and engaging in cultural and narrative organizing. Support this work and donate button found near the bottom of website
Antiracist Learning Resources for Solidarity
#BLM Black Lives Matter: Resources, Toolkits, and Reports
Various learning resources for direct political action, political learning, understandings and scripts for ongoing dialogue within your own families and communities. Including various toolkits/guides such as: Healing Action, Healing Justice, #TrayvonTaughtMe, and the Black Lives Matter 4-year Anniversary Report
Reclaim the Block: Minneapolis, MN
Reclaim the Block began in 2018 and organizes Minneapolis community and city council members to move money from the police department into other areas of the city’s budget that truly promote community health and safety. We believe health, safety and resiliency exist without police of any kind. We organize around policies that strengthen community-led safety initiatives and reduce reliance on police departments. We do not believe that increased regulation of or public engagement with the police will lead to safer communities, as community testimony and documented police conduct suggest otherwise" (website)
PISAB: The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
Undoing Racism-The People’s Institute "believes that racism is the primary barrier preventing communities from building effective coalitions and overcoming institutionalized oppression and inequities. Through Undoing Racism®/Community Organizing Workshops, technical assistance and consultations, The People’s Institute helps individuals, communities, organizations and institutions move beyond addressing the symptoms of racism to undoing the causes of racism so as to create a more just and equitable society" (website)
YUIR: Youth Undoing Institutional Racism
an anti-racist, multi-racial, intergenerational community organizing group. YUIR is youth focused and committed to providing a political education space to unpack race, racism and how it function in our lives. YUIR collaborates with the People's Institute for Survival
21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge ©
From Eddie Moore Jr.: "For 21 days, do one action to further your understanding of power, privilege, supremacy, oppression, and equity. Plan includes suggestions for readings, podcasts, videos, observations, and ways to form and deepen community connections."
Highline College Anti-Racism Resources