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Eitz Action Resources

"It matters if people who are not affected by this do something." Jamil Smith, NPR Code Switch May 31, 2020

Eitz Action will be using this space each week to provide resources (organizations for donations, podcasts, articles, movies, etc) about racial justice and the work of dismantling systemic racism. We recognize that we are all at different places in this process so some of these resources may be familiar and some may be new. Please feel free to send any recommendations to Alicia Zeh-Dean at zehdean@gmail.com and we will compile and share all the resources.

July 1:

To Do: Fill your bookshelves with diverse authors and diverse stories.

To Learn: Explore the National Museum of African American History and Culture website. 

To Give: Join and support Color of Change, the largest online racial justice organization.

June 24:

To Do: Click here to check your voter registration status

To Learn: Pod Save the People with DeRay: Weekly podcast that focuses on "activism, social justice, culture and politics."

To Give: The Okra Project: A collective that supports the Black Transgender community by providing resources and home cooked meals, in addition to culinary trainings, an international grocery fund and funding community outings.

June 17:

To Do: Support Black-Owned Businesses and Black-Owned Restaurants

To Learn:  The 1619 Project: A comprehensive New York Times project (articles and podcasts) that "examines the legacy of slavery in America"

To Give:  Equal Justice Initiative: "Works to end mass incarceration, excessive punishment, and racial inequity"

June 10:

Justice in June: A collection of resources and actions for each day in June (organized by the amount of time each day you can spend: 10 minutes, 25 minutes, 45 minutes)

CodeSwitch: NPR Series of 30 minutes podcasts on race

Violence in Boston: Local organization working for "creating safer, healthier and empowered black and brown communities." An article about founder Monica Cannon-Grant appeared in the Globe last Sunday

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