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HUGE list of free (!!) books by black authors and revolutionaries. includes writings by toni morrison, james baldwin, assata shakur, angela davis, malcolm x, audre lorde and frantz fanon. 

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Calendar June 5, 2020 12:01

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I’ve seen some blackout Tuesday posts on here, while that looks good on the surface level, the tag is harming people’s ability to spread useful information about protests, funds, etc. here and on other social media platforms. The blackout should be used to spread MORE information about what’s going on not suppress it.

Find Black LGBTQ people in need and donate to them. Spread the content of Black creators. Keep contributing to the bail funds, Black radical activists, and community organizations. Keep people informed about the violence against our community. Put more links on this post.

Let us know our lives matter to you not with silence, but with action.


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Calendar June 4, 2020 12:01

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HOW TO DONATE TO BLM WHEN YOU HAVE NO MONEY! a black woman named zoe amira posted a video on youtube. this video is an hour long and filled with art and music from black creators. 100% of the ad revenue from the video will be dispersed between various blm organizations, including bail-out funds for protesters. it has a ton of ads, and in result will rack up a ton of revenue. turn off your adblocker and do not skip ads. between each time watch 3-5 other videos (mix it up) before restarting. this will ensure you aren’t marked as spam by youtube. don’t mute the video itself. and let. it. play.

donations will be dispersed among the following organizations:

1. brooklyn bail fund

2. minnesota freedom fund

3. atlanta action network

4. black visions collective

5. george floyd’s family gofundme


7. reclaim the bloc

8. aclu

9. the bail project inc

10. chicago bond


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Hey folks, this is not your typical post about incorrect quotes.

I want to address a serious issue today, and most of you probably know what’s been going on in the US.

The killing of George Floyd started another serious and necessary debate on Police brutality in the states. (And I think not just there. Every country is affected in some way or another.)

My heart doesn’t ache, no. My heart is bleeding and crying out of pain about what has been going on for days now. What people have been going through for years and years. This is not the first case of police brutality against POC, nor the second, and it probably isn’t the last one.

It happened so many times already that I can’t count them all. Our world has lost so many beautiful souls to this never-ending issue. Additionally to this, we lost so many brothers and sisters of color who were part of the LGBTQ+ community too. Even though it is pride month, I can’t enjoy and celebrate it as much as I want to.

But now is the time to act. Now more than ever!
We all have a voice, and I’m sure as hell using mine.
And I want you to do the same.

40 Ways you can help right now shows you different techniques and approaches to support the #blacklivesmatter movement in various forms.

Everyone’s able to do something. Even if you don’t have the money to donate, or you’re not from the US, share articles, draw attention to it in some way. Being silent about this puts you on the side of the offenders.

I understand that I will never understand. However, I stand with all of you!!!

Credit goes to @sfbucketlist on instagram for these 40 ways you can help right now.

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