Print & Protest
Flyers that you can download at home and print out to help protest the fight for justice and equality
From Almost Studios
How to help without getting off your ass.
No judgment some of us have full time jobs and kids, and other responsibilties. Some of us are still afraid of the covid-19 outbreak. There are still ways you can help!
supports trans protestors by posting bail for pretrial medically vulnerable individuals and anyone who identifies as LGBTQ.
Donate money to your local bail fund.
between community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers
Here are some quick links that will get you up to speed in less time than it takes to make a cinmon and brown sugar pop tart.
Mental health support for the black community.
There is a lack of understanding what a mental health is and can be a hard topic to discuss in the black community . I want to create a list of places to help demystify the myth of mental health. Like most minority communities we are more likely to experience socioeconomic problems.
Black Girls Smile Inc. was founded in 2012 by Lauren Carson based on the gaps she found throughout her mental health journey as a young African American female with clinical depression. Lauren envisioned a society that through the normalization and dialogue surrounding mental wellness, all individuals, including young African American females would be provided the education, support and resources necessary to lead a positively mentally healthy life.
The Loveland Foundation was established in 2018 by Rachel Cargle in response to her widely successful birthday wish fundraiser, Therapy for Black Women and Girls. Her enthusiastic social media community raised over $250,000, which made it possible for Black women and girls nationally to receive therapy support. Black women and girls deserve access to healing, and that healing will impact generations.
We are a collective of advocates, yoga teachers, artists, therapists, lawyers, religious leaders, teachers, psychologists and activists committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities.
The Boris Lawerence Henson Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 2018 by Taraji P. Henson and led by Executive Director, Tracie Jade Jenkins. The foundation is named in honor of Ms. Henson’s father, Boris Lawrence Henson, who suffered with mental health challenges as a result of his tour of duty in the Vietnam War. We are committed to changing the perception of mental illness in the African-American community by encouraging those who suffer with this debilitating illness to get the help they need.
This will be an ongoing project that will continue to be updated with artwork, books, movies and televison.