Black Lives Matter: Resources for Change

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Black Lives Matter: Resources for Change
Dear END. Community...

Like you, we were shocked and disgusted by the brutal killing of George Floyd in Minnesota on the 25th May. The video of this horrific act has brought to the surface racial fault lines across all walks of life. Like many others, we posted the Black Box on our social media channels, but this is simply not enough.

END. is unequivocally against all forms of racism, hate, prejudice and police brutality.

We have spent the last week reflecting, listening to others, learning and thinking about how we can do better. We must work hard to do better and to make real change.

We understand that our platform and community provide us with a voice, and we want to use this positively to help spread awareness and initiate positive change for the world we want to live in. Actions speak louder than words.

We pledge to continue to listen, learn and grow to fulfil our goal of creating a more diverse and inclusive brand for our community.

Below are some of the charities we have donated to and an inexhaustive list of resources for education and activism surrounding anti-racism in the UK and across the world.

Donate

NAACP
www.naacp.org

Black Lives Matter 
www.blacklivesmatter.com

Stop Hate UK
www.stophateuk.org

Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
www.stephenlawrence.org.uk

Color Of Change
www.colorofchange.org

Innocence Project
www.innocenceproject.org

Sign
Read

Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race
Reni Eddo-Lodge

Me and White Supremacy
Layla F Saad

How to be an Anti-Racist
Ibram X. Kendi

White Fragility
Robin DiAngelo

So You Want to Talk About Race
Ijeoma Oluo

The New Jim Crow
Michelle Alexander

Notes of a Native Son
James Baldwin

Black and British: A Forgotten History
David Olusoga

Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire
Akala

Watch
Listen

About Race
Reni Eddo-Lodge

No Country for Young Women
BBC Sounds

Floodlines
The Atlantic

1619
The New York Times

Intersectionality Matters!
The African American Policy Forum

Throughline
NPR

Follow & Amplify

Black Lives Matter (@blklivesmatter)

The Conscious Kid (@theconsciouskid)

100 Black Men of London (@100bmol)

Barrington Reeves (@too_gallus)
Creative Director/Community Organiser/Activist

Kai Isaiah-Jamal (kai_isaiah_jamal)
Poet/Model/Visibility Activist

Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu (@sholamos1)
Lawyer/Activist

Additional Resources
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