Black Lives Matter

Where can I donate to BLM?

Where can I learn about protesting?

Where can I learn about white privilege?

How can we make a difference? ⬇️


Know the issues. Educate yourself so you can be active AND accurate. Read books or articles, watch videos and movies, listen to podcasts, follow proactive people and organizations.


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Black Activists:

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Sign peitions. It only takes a few minutes, and they let the right people know you care.



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Donate, join, or buy. You don't have to give all of your money--just send or spend what you can financially afford, whether that be the equivalent of coffee or an expensive dinner. If you're tight on cash, there are still other ways to help.

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Send e-mails and phone in. Let local/state governments know that you care.

1. Find the local authority

You need to find the right local/state authority to contact and send your message. Use this database to find them.

2. Urge...

Example about Breonna Taylor (click to send):

To whom it may concern,

My name is (NAME). I am from (LOCATION), and I am emailing today to demand accountability and justice for the racist murder of Breonna Taylor. She worked tirelessly to help others during this global pandemic as an ER technician, and she should be alive today.

I implore that all officers involved in this heinous killing--including Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and officers Brett Hankison and Myles Cosgrove--be immediately terminated from the LMPD and charged to the fullest extent of manslaughter.

As you are well aware, Kentucky is in a state of crisis, in part due to the systemic racism that took the precious life of Breonna Taylor. Mayor Fischer has indefinitely suspended “no knock” warrants, and has committed to making structural change, but more needs to be done. I urge you to follow through on this promise and take action to implement sweeping police reform, including Campaign Zero's and NAACP of Louisville's police reform demands. These brutal acts of violence against people and communities of color need to end.

In the wake of the murder of Breonna Taylor and continued attacks on Black people in America in the weeks since, I hope that you will honor your duty as a civil servant and work toward both preventing further police brutality and promoting some necessary healing in our communities.

E-mail adapted from here.


Chant with purpose. Set up and join protests with specific purposes so politicians can't go back on their support. Know your rights and what to bring.


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