We stand by those who are fighting for justice against police brutality in the US. Furthermore, we stand in solidarity with those who fight against racism, inequality and injustice across the globe on a daily basis.
We have a duty to be actively anti-racist. We must continue to read, listen, discuss and educate ourselves on racism, systemic racism and white privilege.
We have compiled a list of resources, charities and petitions below that we have found helpful…
Report by House of Commons and House of Lords. Findings: the UK is institutionally racist. Read here.
“I appreciate that Black History Month is necessary at the moment, but the ideal situation is that there wouldn’t need to be one.”
“Black History also needs to be integrated into wider topics, not just in history and not just for one month.”
Young BLM Activists on Black History Month – Read here.
‘Ten Black History events that should be taught to every pupil’ – Read here
From Samuel Coleridge-Taylor to Stormzy. Online Exhibition here.
The first person of African descent to cast a vote in the British Election – Read here
Housed in one room of St Barnabas in Greek Street, Flight Recorder is described as a “functional sculpture” by Gaika. Open until December 2020. More info here.
Make Black history mandatary across the entire national curriculum.
Read more about the campaign here.
Email template for Gavin Williamson (Secretary of State for Education) here
Email template for Shadow Secretary of State for Education here
Download their free learning resources here
Listen to their podcasts teaching Black History
Why Black people can’t be racist. A thought provoking article discussing the definition of racism and reverse racism. Read here
Britain can no longer ignore it’s darkest chapters. Read here.
Government solidarity with BLM movements,
Freezing riot gear sales from UK to US,
Justice for Belly Mujinga,
Justice for Shukri Abdi
& much more. Email here.
Set up by our residents Bossy LDN. Equipping the future generation with the right tools, support and information. Currently raising funds to build a community centre in Portland Jamaica. More info here.
Akala joins conversation at 1m:40s. Watch here.
A brilliant list of educational materials and ways to help. Listen/watch/read here.
A list of petitions, educational resources, readings, charities, protester information, FAQ’s & more. Website here.
Campaigning to highlight death in custody cases to help families of victims organise and work collectively. Their campaign includes demands for all UK police and police cars to have body/dash cams. Read & donate here.
Finds your local MP and provides a template letter addressing your MP to support the BLM campaign, stop the sale of tear gas and rubber bullets from the UK to the US and open the investigation into Belly Mujinga’s death. Via Crack Magazine. Write to them here.
Sign their petition telling MPs in Minneapolis to defund the police here.
Providing financial support to black creatives in the UK. Find out more, donate & apply here.
work is dedicated to exposing root causes of dynamic social and environmental issues through amplifying stories and exploring sustainable alternatives in today’s globalised world. (US). Donate here.
Connecting black individuals and families with free professional mental health resources. Donate here.
is a coalition that advocates & invests in community-led safety initiatives in the Minneapolis neighbourhoods. Donate here.
is the official Gofundme to support the Floyd family. Donate here.
“Business as usual is costing Black Americans their lives. The NAACP has started a social movement and we need your voice to make one thing clear: We Are Done Dying. Join us, as we urge Congress to take every measure in ensuring we protect Black lives”. Support here.
Bandcamp, labels and artists are directing their Bandcamp revenue to BLM organisations. More info here.
For this entire week, The Black Cultural Archives are holding a series of online events and podcasts to ‘edutain’ you about Windrush, a significant part of British history. Check it out here.
Nour is the lifeblood of the beautiful Brixton community that we are so fortunately surrounded by. Closing Nour will have a tremendous knock-on-effect to local businesses and the culture of Briton. Nour is facing eviction and we must save it. We ask all our followers to support our neighbourhood and the Save Nour Campaign. Sign the petition & donate here. UPDATE: NOUR HAS BEEN SAVED!