Want to help us get the word out? Can you help performers on the day of the show? Can you help manage the broadcast? We would love your help. email@example.com
We are proud to announce the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund is our official beneficiary. Please donate here. To achieve lasting change they need our sustained support. Please join us in making your donation monthly. Learn more about NAACP LDF here.
There are so many amazing Black-led and civil rights organizations as well as artists of color hit hard by COVID-19 who could use your help. Please see a list of organizations below, and please visit the performers page for links to support artists and order their music, art, books, videos and more.
Justice and Equality Fund (GoFundMe) -
Week of Action in Defence of Black Lives (also has ways to engage) -
What to watch to learn about this issue:
13th (Ava Duvernay)
Slavery by Another Name (PBS documentary)
When They See Us (Ava Duvernay)
Whose Streets? (PBS documentary)
We Need to Talk About Injustice (Bryan Stevenson)
The Hate You Give (George Tillman Jr.)
Fruitvale Station (Ryan Coogler)
Books and articles that light the way:
How to Be Antiracist,
Ibram X. Kendi
Me & White Supremacy,
Layla F. Saad
A Terrible Thing to Waste: Environmental Racism and Its Assault on the American Mind, Harriet A. Washington
From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation,
The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander
Voting is powerful, and the right to vote is essential for every American.
It is key to fight for the right of every person to have easy access to both registration and voting sites. In addition, we need to fight to change the laws that say that felons, even those who have served their time, are not allowed to vote. These laws are unjust and disproportionately affect Black voters due to our history of racism in the justice system.
Two Organizations working on voting rights: