Donate to Support Black Lives
- BLM Seattle Freedom Fund
- George Floyd Memorial Fund
- Breonna Taylor Memorial Fund
- I Run with Maud
- Manuel Ellis Memorial Fund
- Louisville Community Bail Fund
- Black Lives Matter
- Reclaim the Block
- Campaign Zero
Sign Petitions Demanding Justice
- Justice for Big Floyd
- Run with Maud
- Stand with Bre
- Justice for Manuel Ellis
- Text FLOYD to 55-156
- Text JUSTICE to 66-8336
- Text ENOUGH to 55-165
Follow Local, Black Voices
- Ijeoma Oluo
- Girmay Zahilay
- Nikkita Oliver
- Jaleesa Trapp
- Erin Jones
- Nate Bowling
- Zenobia Jeffries Warfield
Decolonize Your Bookshelf
- How to be Antiracist | Ibram X. Kendi
- The New Jim Crow | Michelle Alexander
- The Color of Law | Richard Rothstein
- So You Want to Talk About Race | Ijeoma Oluo
- Between the World and Me | Ta-Nehisi Coates
Please be mindful to order from Black-owned bookstores, such as,
Watch & Listen to Black Creatives
- 13th | Directed by Ava DuVernay
- When They See Us | Directed by Ava DuVernay
- Strong Island | Directed by Yance Ford
- Dear White People | Directed by Justin Simien
- Time: The Kalief Browder Story | Produced by Shawn Carter
- What U Say? | Hosted by Melannie Denise Cunningham & Audrey Cunningham
- Small Doses | Hosted by Amanda Seales
Support Local, Black-Owned Businesses
- eTc Tacoma
- Undefined Clothing
- The T-Shirt Men
- Love Lurra
- Pops with Mops Cleaning
- Joyful Haven Cleaning
- Love by the Slice
- Southern Kitchen
- Bob’s Bar-B-Q Pit
- Campfire Coffee Co.
- Straight from Philly – the King of Cheesesteaks
- Quickie Too
- Steele Street Tire Outlet
- Goodfella’s 253 Barbershop
- OnSight253 Fitness
- Ike & Tash Photography
- Check in on your Black friends, partners, and colleagues.
- Educate yourself on what it means to be anti-racist. Google is free.
- Share and repost resources to educate those around you. Amplify Black voices and Black stories.
- Have the hard conversations with your friends and family so Black people don’t have to. Identify your privilege and condemn it.
- Hire Black creatives, communicators, lawyers, chefs – employ them all.
- Be an ally and advocate after the outrage ends and the protests stop. Hold space for Black people who have lived this through every generation.
Reflect on Your Privilege
- What do you think of when you hear the term white supremacy?
- How does it make you feel when a person of color calls something you did or said racist?
- In what ways do you allow racism to persist?
- How can you actively be anti-racist instead of simply not racist?
- How are you personally going to dismantle white supremacy and anti-blackness in your life?