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GEN: Anti-Racism and Allyship


Thanks to Mr. Heath and Devon '21 for collecting these resources.



Paper Magazine: Here's where you can donate or find ways to help out in every city:

Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • George Floyd's siblings Philonise and Bridgett are raising funds for funeral and burial expenses, as well as to support his daughter Gianna. Donate to their GoFundMe pages: here and here
  • The Minnesota Freedom Fund is bailing out protesters arrested in the demonstrations. Donate here
  • Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en La Lucha, a Minneapolis worker's center, is taking donations of food and money to support organizers and helping pressure local government. Donate here.
  • The Twin Cities Recovery Project has been holding grief and trauma groups which are peer run and connected to licensed therapists. To help fundraise for community support, donate here.

Louisville, Kentucky

  • Black Lives Matter Louisville is asking for donations to the Louisville Community Bail Fund to help bail out protesters. Donate here.

New York City

  • The Brooklyn Community Bail Fund is bailing out protestors and pressuring governor Cuomo to take action on defunding New York City police. Donate here.
  • Free Them All For Public Health is raising money for protesters arrested in New York via Venmo. Venmo @BailOutNYCMay. NOTE: A false Venmo @BailOutNYCMayH is circulating and to report and avoid it.

Atlanta, Georgia

  • The Atlanta Solidarity Fund is raising money to supporting and bailing out protestors. Donate here.

Columbus, Ohio

  • The Columbus Freedom Fund is bailing out people arrested for protesting. Donate here.

Denver, Colorado

  • The Colorado Freedom Fund is bailing out people arrested in the Denver demonstrations. Donate here.

Los Angeles, California

  • Los Angeles Black Lives Matter chapter is supporting organizers and fighting to adopt a "People's Budget" that reallocates police funding to vulnerable communities. Donate here.


  • Contribute to the Massachusetts Bail Fund here.


  • Unicorn Riot is a non-profit media organization dedicated to fair, on-the-ground reporting on civil disobedience, police brutality and white supremacy. Donate here.
  • The Bail Project works nationally, including several cities where protests are taking place, including Los Angeles, Louisville, and New York City. Donate here.
  • Black News Channel is raising money to post bail for those being arrested in Minnesota, Los Angeles and elsewhere. Reach out to them at:


Check out this spreadsheet for additional Bail Funds across the nation.



More Organizations:

Show Up

Show Up

Attend a Survivor-Led Webinar in Partnership with Violence to learn about the proposed Eric Garner Law, the Stephon Clark Law, and the Andrew Kearse Act. 

Attend a protest organized by Black Lives Matter Boston (6/2). Viceland offers guidelines on how to protest safely with the COVID-19 best practices.

Call and Petition

Call and Petition

Demand Justice by signing petitions

From the National Black Justice Coalition: Call the Tallahassee Police Department at 850-891-0000 to register concern and to demand a complete investigation and public accounting for what happened to Tony McDade.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund is also encouraging people to call on District Attorney Mike Freeman and Minnesota Mayor Jacob Frey to demand the release of people detained for protesting.

This document contains information about petitions to sign for general organizations and specific people, like Amhmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.  It will be added to as needed.

Learn and Vote

Learn and Vote

From The Cut: Demand police accountability from your legislators.

Check out Campaign Zero — which is also accepting donations — for a comprehensive guide to policies that aim to correct broken windows policing, excessive force, racial profiling, for-profit policing, and much more. Familiarize yourself with laws in your area, and contact your representatives — at the local, state, and national level — to press them for their plans on ending discrimination in law enforcement.

From them: Get Critical Around Discussions of Looting, Arson, and Protest

“As national media continues to report on looting, fires, and ‘riots’ ongoing in Minneapolis and other parts of the country, many Americans may have existing biases around the violence connected to these protests. However, protesters around the world have been historically called ‘thugs’ or ‘criminals’ even when they attempt to demonstrate nonviolently, but are then suppressed by armed law enforcement, as Kai Thaler writes for Foreign Policy.”

As always, follow organizations, people, and resources on social media who can offer even more up-to-date and high-impact ways to take action.