Anti-Racist Resource Project

This site is a database of various resources (created June 2020) for folks to use in order to take action against racism, police violence, and discrimination in our communities and worldwide. This list is not exhaustive and you can use the "Other Resource Compilations" page to find even more resources. Please share, and if you have anything that should be added, please email [email protected]

How to navigate this site:

  • Use the 'Take Action NOW!' button to access tons of resources such as master lists of places to donate and petitions to sign, pre-made templates to contact your local officials, important social media posts to share, BIPOC's work to support, etc.

  • Use the 'Anti-Racist Educational Resources' button to discover endless educational material

  • Use the 'BIPOC Wellness Resources' button if you are a BIPOC in seek of mental or emotional support

Recent Updates:


  • revised Support BIPOC Work section (#supportbipoc) with new additions and new formatting

  • Revised site formatting and navigation

  • Petition/Places to Donate Master Lists have been updated

  • 6/8: new section on police defunding initiatives (#defundpolice) includes city by city email templates and resources to educate on defunding and abolition.

DISCLAIMER: I do not own the rights to any of the material presented on this site. I simply wanted to compile as many resources as I could in one place to make things easier for folks seeking to take action or receive support. #BlackLivesMatter

Last Updated: 6/15/2020 12:56 PM EST

Activists and organizers across the country are calling for the defunding and abolition of police forces. This goes further than simply reforming the police, which is what the #8CantWait campaign advocates for, as reform doesn't go far enough to address the true issues with the current state of policing in America. According to #8toAbolition: "As police and prison abolitionists, we believe that [the 8 Can't Wait campaign] is dangerous and irresponsible, offering a slate of reforms that have already been tried and failed, that mislead a public newly invigorated to the possibilities of police and prison abolition, and that do not reflect the needs of criminalized communities."

Below is a list of Black educators, thinkers, speakers, entrepreneurs and artists I suggest everyone take a listen to as they have been a source of great help and inspiration for me. Rather than try and sum up in my own words what each of their messages and missions are, I implore you to click through these links and explore their work in their own words.

Black business compilations: