Whitewall is committed to using our platform to elevate the voices of Black creatives and to share resources and organizations working for equality—locally, nationally, globally. We are offering our community the opportunity take the time to learn about, engage with, and support however they are able.
Below is a starting list of networks, associations, collectives, and non-profits fighting for social justice.
Working to remove hostility from the lives of Black people in America, Color of Change is the largest online racial justice organization in our nation.
Black Lives Matter is working to bring justice, freedom, and healing to Black people on global level.
Promoting Black leadership, the Black Visions Collective works to build initiatives from the ground up that are centered around models for sustainability and success.
Reclaim the Block is a Minneapolis-based organization whose mission is to achieve public health, safety, and resiliency without relying on police.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) aims to realize the promise of the U.S. constitution for all.
Bail funds are making a statement against poverty, aiding citizens in a time where arrests are high as a result of protests. Find one in your community:
The Bail Project
Philadelphia Community Bail Fund
Brooklyn Community Bail Fund
Minnesota Freedom Fund
Founded in 1909, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is our nation’s most widely-recognized civil rights organization.
Working to end police violence, Campaign Zero offers policy solutions for areas like training, demilitarization, and community oversight and representation.
The Equal Justice Initiative challenges racial and economic bias while working to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the U.S.
Donations can be made to the family of George Floyd via GoFundMe – Family of George Floyd. Funds will go towards funeral and burial costs, grief counseling, an education fund for Floyd’s children, and to support the family as they seek justice in court.
Bringing together leaders who have been impacted by the criminal justice system, Cut 50 is a bipartisan effort through Dream Corps aiming to reduce incarcerations across the country.
The Loveland Foundation provides access to mental health care and counseling for people of color, focusing on Black women and girls.
Rebuild Lake Street is raising funds to help rebuild small businesses and community organizations in Minneapolis.