Promoting racial justice begins with every one of us. The following are helpful resources to being better allies and better anti-racists by taking action in our everyday lives.
Created by motivational speaker and educator Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr, the challenge requests that you do one action to further your understanding of power, privilege, supremacy, oppression, and equity.
NPR article on the emotions many are feeling (anger and frustration) and strategies to channel these emotions into action.
Huffington Post article that spoke with Black community activists and their allies to share how to turn your empathy into action in the wake of police brutality.
Psychology Today article on common missteps and advice for effective allyship.
Forbes article offering 10 actions white people can take in their workplace in particular to promote racial justice.
The National SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) partners with schools, organizations, and communities to develop leaders who guide their peers in conversational communities to drive personal, organizational, and societal change toward social justice.
An online course that teaches participants how to talk about race.
Sign a petition, volunteer for us, or become a member. Whatever you want to do, take action today and be part of a global movement standing together for human rights across the world.
NPR interview to help you recognize microaggressions and how to navigate them, and to understand if you may be perpetuating them.
State-by-state guide of volunteering opportunities from the Equal Justice Intitative.
Report Incidents You Witness. You can report incidents in English, Chinese, Korean, Hindi, Punjabi, Vietnamese, Japanese, Tagalog, Thai, Khmer, Hmong.
Stay in the know and receive updates about the AAJC and get involved in advocacy efforts.
Take bystander intervention training to stop Anti-Asian American and xenophobic harassment.
The views expressed in the included resources do not indicate the author’s endorsement of P&G and likewise, do not indicate P&G’s endorsement of the views of the authors.