Learn more about how you can participate:
- Watch Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America to learn about the history of anti-Black racism in America to help start local, state, and national conversations that are long overdue. Click here for a complete list of theaters and release dates nationwide.
- Attend the Civil Reparations Project presentation and discussion for white people, or anyone who feels they have benefited from white privilege, about taking reparative action for Black lives in America. Watch our events page for more information.
- Support local organizations fighting the disenfranchisement of Black voters: https://wacommunityalliance.org/
- Support legislation that holds police accountable for misconduct, and that brings the long work of reimagining public safety.
- Donate to Black-led organizations serving the Black community.