RACIAL JUSTICE RISING
MASS SLAVERY APOLOGY
Resources for Racial Justice
image from Huffington Post
In the wake of the recent killings....
A few local (western MA) protests/vigils/actions:
Info & resources
Alton Sterling is the 114th Black Man To Be Killed By Police in America in 2016, from News.Mic
Increase in Fatal Shootings by Police, from the Washington Post
Why Alton Sterling and Philando Castile are Dead, by Kai Wright at the Washington Post
Civil Rights Groups Expose Government Spying on Black Lives Matter, from Mother Jones
Self Care for People of Color After Emotional and Psychological Trauma, from Just Jasmine
Ferguson Syllabus, from Sociologists for Justice
How to Support Our Black Partners & Friends in These Trying Times, from Black Girl Dangerous
Using Black People Stuff In Your Activism, by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
For our white readers:
What You Can Do Right Now About Police Brutality, by Ijeoma Oluo
Concrete Ways to Be an Actual Ally To Black People, by Avital Norman Rothman
What White America Fails To See, by Michael Eric Dyson in the New York Times
This is What White People Can Do to Support BlackLivesMatter, from the Washington Post
16 Books About Race That Every White Person Should Read, from Huffington Post
The members of Racial Justice Rising are ordinary people who are troubled by the persistent racism that plagues this country. Believing that the damage caused by racism must be repaired before our society can be whole, we work for just and respectful treatment for all. We share a vision of a multi-racial, multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and multi-faith community.
Our mission is to work for racial justice and system change by:
While much of our work is focused in our local area, Franklin County, MA, we reach out to and are connected with the broader movements in our region and the nation.
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