In response to the recent murders of Tony McDade, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and so many others:

The Black community has endured centuries of pain, fear, and suffering at the hands of state-sanctioned violence.

Racism and white supremacy are supported consciously and unconsciously throughout our society.

To those experiencing anguish and fear during this uncertain time – we support you. We will not be silent.

We are dedicating resources to combat racism in our communities and will continue to do so.

 

Please join TSDCA in donating to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund HERE 

 

Resources and Information

 

Organizations to Donate to:

National Bailout Fund

Black Visions Collective

Color of Change

The Bail Project

Black Lives Matter

Reclaim The Block

Communities United Against Policy Brutality (CUAPB)

 

George Floyd Memorial Fund

This campaign is organized by George Floyd’s sister, Philonise Floyd, to support George’s family as they continue to seek justice.

Fund for George Floyd

This campaign is organized by George Floyd’s sister, Bridgett Floyd, to support George’s daughter Gianna.

I Run With Maud

This campaign is organized by Ahmaud Arbery’s best friend, Akeem Baker, in support of Ahmaud’s mother, Ms. Wanda Cooper-Jones, and her immediate family.

In Memory of Tony McDade

This campaign is organized by Shani Angela, on behalf of Wanda McDade, in support of Tony’s family.

 

 

Actions/Anti-Racism Resources:

What to Send Up On Your Own

A Detailed List of Anti-Racism Resources

National Museum of African-American History & Culture online portal

Anti Racism Resources For White People

Anti-Racism Project Resources

An Anti-Racism Reading List

 

Test your own implicit bias

https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html

 

Protest Resources:

ACLU – Know your rights

Guidelines for safe protesting

 

Black Theatres/Theatre Organizations to Support:

Black Theatre Matters

 

Mental Health Resources for the African American Community:

 

TSDCA EDI Resources Page

 

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