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10 Ways To Fight Hate: A Community Response Guide, from Southern Poverty Law Center

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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
– Feel Like You’re At Risk? A list of your rights and where to get help – for Muslims, immigrants, LGBTQ, disabled people, protesters, sexual assault survivors, and more, from the ACLU

The Art of the Protest, Here’s how protesting has succeeded, by Tina Rosenberg in the New York Times

Black Lives Matter

Brave New Films

Color of Change, campaigns against injustice

Colorlines, news for action

Defending Free Expression, a Tool Kit For Writers and Readers, by Masha Gessen at PEN

Despair is Not A Strategy, 15 Principles of Hope by Abby Brockman at Medium

Haymarket People’s Fund

Indivisible – a practical guide for resisting the Trump agenda

Love Army, Fight Different  with Van Jones, Tem Blessed, and more

Movement for Black Lives

POC Online Classroom, Celebrating the Brilliance of Marginalized Peoples

Poor People’s Campaign, A National Call For Moral Revival

Race Forward, the center for racial justice innovations

Racial Equity Tools Support for people and groups who are working for inclusion, racial equity and social justice. The site includes ideas, strategies and tips, as well as a clearinghouse of resources and links from many sources.

Real Cost of Prisons Project

Resistance Manual includes links to Trump’s agenda, essential readings, resources, political issues, more

Southern Poverty Law Center tracks hate groups, publishes a “tolerance” curriculum for schools

SURJ (Showing Up For Racial Justice)

The Two Things That Will Determine Our Fate by Taj James

United We Dream, Standing Together to Protect Immigrants and Refugees

Unstoppable Together

White Privilege Conference

Be An Effective Activist

5 Ways To Disrupt Racism, short film from VideoRev and the UK Racial Justice Network

Access Suggestions for Mobilizations, from Sins Invalid – so everyone can participate

Bystander Intervention Training More Important Than Ever, by Christina Cauterucci at Slate

Cynicism Will Not Build A Movement. Collaboration Will, by Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter

Deciding To Lead With Love Despite An Enraging Political Climate, by Rinku Sen at Colorlines

Don’t Be A Bystander: 6 Tips for Responding To Racist Attacks, a video from the Barnard Center for Research on Women

How To Be A Racial Justice Hero All Year Long, from Colorlines

How To Stay Outraged Without Losing Your Mind, by Mirah Curzer at Medium

Self Care for People of Color After Emotional and Psychological Trauma, from Just Jasmine

Self Care Means Acknowledging That Structural Racism Exists, by Doretta Lau at Huffington Post

There Are Ways To Reduce Racial Bias. Calling People Racist Isn’t One of Them, by German Lopez at Vox


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