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Resources for Racial Justice: Take Action, Get Involved

How You Can Help

In addition to reading and educating yourself on the issues, there a number of ways that you can also support racial justice. This list on Ways You Can Help from BLM provides a breakdown of the many actions individuals can take. The links on this page also provide a number of additional petitions, donations, organizations, and other ways to take action.

Note that while the actions on this page are some things that you can do today, the work should not and cannot stop there. Social justice and anti-oppression work require an ongoing, sustained commitment to self-education, reflection, and action. These resources offer some other potential entries into allyship, but we again encourage you to take the time to go beyond these resources and actions alone:

Texts and Calls

GEORGE FLOYD:

Text "JUSTICE" to 668366

Text "FLOYD" to 55156

Minneapolis Mayor, Jacob Frey's Office: (612) 673-2100

Minneapolis District Attorney, Mike Freeman's Office: (612) 348-5550 or citizeninfo@hennepin.us

Minneapolis Police Department: police@minneapolismn.gov, minneapolis311@minneapolismn.gov, policereview@minneapolismn.gov

Email Templates

Letter Template


BREONNA TAYLOR:

Text "ENOUGH" to 55156

Louisville Mayor, Greg Fischer's Office: (502) 574-2003 or Mayor's Office Contact Form


More Letter Templates

 

Resources for Protestors

Black-Owned Businesses