Protest: National Resources List
Non-protest: Non-Protest Actions
Voting and Volunteering (while still social distancing)
Talk to your represetatives!
One of the most simple things you can do is clean out your social media. Follow people who are knowledgeable about the area you want to learn more about.
Suggestions for social media accounts to follow:
Suggestions for organizations to follow:
1. Questions to consider: What biases do I have? What privileges do I have and not see? What assumptions do I make about students, colleagues, friends? What are microaggressions and how do I contribute to it?
2. Test your biases– Project Implicit Social Attitudes
3. Learn about Microaggressions
“Every year your respective city adopts a budget which directly impacts our local communities. If these disproportionate spendings anger you (which I hope they do), I urge you to channel this anger to the mayor, city council, and commissioners' inboxes and voicemails.” (Michelle Verbitskaya)
Also, Michelle Verbitskaya suggests finding out who to contact about your city’s budget is important. Here is an example of the City of Orlando