THOUGHT WORK RESOURCES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK
There are many great places to donate and many good resources to read, but since overwhelm leads to inaction I am sharing a short list of resources to help educate yourself and create change.
- Listen to my podcast episodes: UFYB 31: What About Sexism?, UFYB 102: Internal Bias & Being a Better Ally
- Watch this Facebook Live I hosted on how to use thought work to become more antiracist:
Read and complete The Racial Healing Handbook by Anneliese A. Singh.
- Make a donation to a bail fund:The National Bail Fund Network has a full directory of bail funds by state here: https://www.communityjusticeexchange.org/nbfn-directoryActBlue has setup a donation link that will let you simultaneously send money to up to 37 nationwise bail funds: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bail_funds_george_floyd
Mireille Charper (@mireillecharper) put together a great list of resources for further education:No White Saviors (@nowhitesaviors)Layla Saad (@laylafsaad), author of Me and White SupremacyRachel Cargle (@rachel.cargle)Check Your Privilege (@ckyourprivilege)Rachel Ricketts (@iamrachelricketts)The Great Unlearn (@thegreatunlearn)Reni Eddo-Lodge (@rennieddolodge)
Ibram X. Kendi (@ibramxk)
Additionally, I recommend checking out Trudi Lebron (@trudilebron), a business coach for activists who created a workshop for white coaches interested in applying antiracist principles to their businesses