Stand Up to Inequality: What to Do, Who to Follow, What to Read

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By Laura Rives — Jun 18, 2020 11:00 AM


To our Black friends, colleagues, and neighbors: we stand with you. Everyone deserves to thrive in their own communities and live in a world free from oppression.

The current climate calls for a deeper understanding of systemic racism and the identification of privilege. Here’s a list of action items including where to donate, what to read, what to watch, and more.

Things to Do

  • Check in on your Black friends, family, partners, and colleagues; ask them about the causes that are important to them
  • Educate yourself on what it means to be anti-racist
  • Call, Tweet, and send messages to your elected state and local officials
  • Fact-check the articles you share to prevent the spread of misinformation
  • Vote!

Where to Donate

Who to Follow

What to Read

What to Watch

  • The Hate U Give - a film adaptation of a novel portraying race in America
  • Becoming - a documentary chronicling Michelle Obama’s book tour
  • When They See Us - a documentary about the Central Park Five
  • 13th - a documentary exposing racial inequality in the criminal justice system
  • Hidden Figures - a film about three African-American women who were the brains behind one of NASA’s greatest operations 

What to Sign

Organizations We Admire

This list is in no way exhaustive. If you have recommendations you’d like to share, please share them with me by emailing

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Laura Rives
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