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Let’s stay together in the fight for equality and justice by keeping the conversation moving forward.

We stand together  against racism, bigotry, hate and violence.  Become involved and educated and let’s move forward with real progress


  • San Jose Downtown Foundation’s Rebuild Downtown Fund: helping impacted small, local, and minority-owned businesses recover from damage, and help rebuild downtown.
  • Bay Area Anti-Repression Committee Bail Fund: an organization helping those who’ve been incarcerated during protests.
  • African American Community Service Agency: a local agency dedicated to preserving the dignity and culture of the diverse Bay Area black community, and promoting full participation of all Santa Clara County.
  • Campaign Zero: a BLM-lead organization that focuses on enacting lasting change in the criminal justice system with a simple 10-point plan.
  • ACLU Northern California: Focused on protecting and advancing the civil liberties of people in the Bay Area, and all over the country.
  • Know Your Rights Camp: Colin Kaepernick’s organization aimed at advancing education, self-empowerment, and mass mobilization of people of color all over the US.
  • Trans Cultural district: a black-lead organization in SF aiming to stabilize and economically empower the trans community through tenant protections, workforce development, and land use.
  • LGBTQ Freedom Fund: posts bail for people held in jail or immigrant detention, and raises awareness of the epidemic of LGBTQ overincarceration.
  • People’s Breakfast Oakland: an organization which serves the houseless community essential resources. They don’t have a formal website, but a series of resources on a Linktree page.
  • Black Earth Farms: an organization focused on ensuring low-income and houseless communities in the East Bay have access to healthy food. They’re currently working on delivering free food to black people who’ve been arrested, bailed and/or injured from protests.
  • The National Lawyers Guild, Bay Area: an organization providing legal support and help for those protesting and organizing against injustice. They’ve got a free legal hotline (415-909-4654). 
  • The Bay Area Urban League works to provide economic empowerment, educational opportunities and the guarantee of civil rights for the underserved in America.
  • Vote for the issues and representation you want Register to Vote
  • Support Black owned restaurants and pop-ups in the Bay Area


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