No Justice • No Peace
Actions Speak Louder.
How To Help TODAY:
The West End is essentially shut down with the local Kroger and bus routes closed. You can help by donating food to the community.
Smaller perishable and large amounts of non-perishable items can be taken directly to drop sites.
Drop Site Locations – Thursday June 4, 2020
Parkland Boys and Girls Club 3200 Greenwood Avenue from 1-6 PM
Greater Friendship Baptist Church 2325 Osage Ave from 10 AM to 1 PM
Parkland Neighborhood Foodmart 1213 S. 28th Street from 9 AM to 12 PM
Monetary donations can be made to Cash App $ChangeTodayChangeTMW or Venmo @ChangeTodayChangeTMW
https://change-today.org/feedthewest/ Change Today, Change Tomorrow Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Fundraiser for Breonna Taylor: GoFundMe for the family of Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot in her home by Louisville police officers.
Justice For Breonna Taylor Petition: "Breonna, she was a great person.
You don’t like to call people perfect, but she really was perfect. She did everything right as far as trying to be a kid coming into an adult life. She loved to help people, she loved to be around family. She loved life and she was just figuring hers out. She was just getting started.”
-Tamika Palmer, Breonna’s Mother
Louisville Community Bail Fund: Bail, legal, and support fund for activists in Louisville. Mission: “The Louisville Community Bail Fund exists to not only bail out folks, but provide post-release support to get them from jail, fed, and to a situation of safety. LCBF also maintains a focus on preventative measures for those targeted by law enforcement and threatened with incarceration.”
Louisville Mutual Aid: A fundraiser for different organizations in the city, including Black Lives Matter Louisville, Hip Hop Cares and Women of the Well. Mission: “This fundraiser will support our organizers who go out daily to support the needs of community members. We also train folks up where they are and move them through their vision of leadership.”
Petition to sign:
Organizations to follow:
• Register to vote.
• Check in on your black friends, family, partners and colleagues.
• Educate yourself and read up on what it means to be anti-racist.
• Screenshot, share, and repost resources to educate those around you.
• Don't center the narrative around you. Identify privilege and condemn it.
• Stop supporting organizations that promote hate.
• Be an ally and advocate after the outrage ends.
• Continue to donate to funds and support initiatives you care about if you have the means.
Questions to ask yourself
• What can you do to support POC in your community?
• What are you local politicians' policy on ending police brutality?
• When were you taught about race and culture?
• How do you plan on helping the fight to end racial discrimination and systematic oppression?
• How can you use anti-racist knowledge to change and progress conversations with friends, family, colleagues and peers?
• How can you be actively anti-racist instead of simply "not racist"?
• What do you want to learn more about?