As the nation continues to fight for racial justice our friends at HOPE share resources to engage and educate our communities.
America's Long Overdue Awakening to Systemic Racism - The Times
A Decade of Watching People Die - NPR Podcast
Coronavirus And Racism Are Dual Public Health Emergencies - NPR Segment
A Quarter Century of Cato Research on Police Accountability - CATO Institute
Confronting Anti-Blackness in Latino Culture - Latina-to-Latina Podcast
Anti-racism Resources for All Ages - A Project by the Augusta Baker Chair, Dr. Nicole A. Cooke
Anti-racism Resources for White People - Google Document Compilation of Resources
A List of Ways You Can Stand In Solidarity with the Black Community
This resource will link you to petitions, small businesses you can support, organizations you can donate to, and more.
Stay Civically Engaged
We must continue to use our voices to advocate for those that have been most impacted by COVID-19 and police brutality. By participating in the census and making an informed decision at the local polls, we can all do our part to ensure that the needs of our communities are the forefront of policy discussions.