Intersections International’s Anti-Racism Resources
The following list of resources is provided to inspire action and reflection on anti-racism and the movement in support of Black lives. In the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Nina Pop, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in spring 2020, as protest and outcry have risen up throughout the nation, Intersections International remains committed to our mission of moving all people toward the internal and external work of reconciliation, justice and love.
This list is neither exhaustive nor comprehensive and is intended as a starting point and complement to our organizational Statement on Racism and Civil Unrest. It is does not represent an endorsement of nor warrant the information shared in the links.
In closing, we provide these words from Rev. Julie Johnson Staples, J.D., Collegiate Senior Minister serving as Executive Director of Intersections International:
“What I know for sure is that everyone cannot or may not feel called to march, particularly during this season of pandemic. But there are numerous ways to breathe new life into humanity’s wearied skeletons – bones that have been ground to a powder in the call for an end to injustice; bones that rattle in an existential despair exacerbated by repeated and brazen examples of police brutality.
I take hope in the fact that our Still Speaking God is able to offer hope, support and encouragement to those who are fighting for change. Humanity’s bones are crying out for a revitalizing move of the Everloving Spirit.”
Say Their Names
Sign Petitions for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade and Ahmaud Arbery
Justice for George Floyd
Justice for Breonna Taylor
Justice for Tony McDade
Justice for Ahmaud Arbery
Hold Government Officials Accountable
Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman. (612) 348-5550
Minneapolis Police Department.
Gov. Tim Walz. (651) 201-3400 or (800) 657-3717
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison. (800) 657-3787 or
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey. (612) 673-2100
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. (502) 696-5300
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. (502) 574-2003
Tallahassee Police Department. (850) 891-4200
Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey. (850) 891-2000 or
Commissioner Jeremy Matlow. (850) 891-8188
Cobb County District Attorney Joyette Holmes. (770) 528-3080
Georgia Bureau of Investgation.
Go to for scripts and to have your calls routed to official.
Governor Andrew Cuomo: 518-474-8390
Call to ask Governor Cuomo to action on the New York State Senate’s repeal of Section 50-A of the state’s Civil Rights Law, protecting police secrecy and shielding information about disciplinary records from the public.
Fill out the 2020 Census
Anti-Racism and Activism Resources
"75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice - Equality Includes You,"
"How to Never Call the Cops Again: A Guide with a Few Alternatives to Calling Police,"
"For Our White Friends Desiring to be Allies,"
"Performative Allyship is Deadly (Here’s What To Do Instead),"
Me and White Supremacy
Anti-Racism and Faith
White Privilege: Let’s Talk - A Resource for Transformative Dialogue from the United Church of Christ
"Jesus Was a Protester - Comprehensive List of the many times Jesus protested"
Anti-Racism Work for the LGBT Community
Human Rights Campaign statement on violence against trans and gender non-conforming community in 2020
"Recent Political Successes Have Made LGBT+ People Targets for Attack"
Mental Health Resources
Mental Health First Aid
"44 Mental Health Resources for Black People Trying to Survive In This Country"
Depression and Bipolar Alliance
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Helpline
Sources of Strength - Teen Suicide Prevention
Equip Yourself Before You March
"Here’s What To Do If You Are Hit by Tear Gas"
Instructions for homemade face masks & tear gas masks,
Black Lives Matter Pocket Guide
"What to Bring to a Protest in a Pandemic"
Black Lives Matter Petition resources
Immediately Help Protesters and Activists in Jail
"Here’s Where You Can Donate to Help Protests Against Police Brutality"
National Bail Fund Network - a full directory of bail funds by state
Stand In Solidarity with the Work that Makes a Difference
ABEP (The Association For Black Economic Power has established its Pimento Relief Fund for “black business without insurance relief after white supremacists set them on fire during the protests” in Minnesota.
August Wilson Red Door Project.
Believe Out Loud.
Black and Pink
Black Table Arts.
Black Trans Femmes in the Arts.
Black Visions Collective, a Black Trans and Queer-led organization.
Centro de Trabajores Unidos en la Lucha (CTUL).
George Floyd Memorial Fund.
I Run with Maud.
Justice for Regis.
Know Your Rights Camp: Legal Defense Initiative.
LGBTQ Freedom Fund.
Loveland Foundation, with a particular focus on Black women and girls.
NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund.
Northside Funders Group.
Okra Project, a collective that supports Black TGNC people experiencing food insecurity.
Reclaim the Block.
Help Restore and Rebuild Minority Businesses After Damage Incurred During Protests
Rebuilding Juiced Up Vapors (Eugene, OR)
Somali-owned businesses affected by rioters
Help Trio (Black-Owned) Thrive in Minneapolis (Minneapolis, MN)
"Black Business Owner Raises Over $1 Million to Rebuild His Bar After Looters Burned It Down,"
"Bole tops $100,000 rebuilding goal in a day; Ethiopian restauarant destroyed in riot fires,"
"Owner of Dallas boutique ransacked during protest asks for community to come together: “I have worked so hard,”
"His business in St. Paul got looted. He’s more concerned with justice for George Floyd,"
"Fire during Minneapolis riots guts Native youth nonprofit,"
"3 minority arts organizations damaged by rioting in the Twin Cities now look to the future,"
"Restaurant Owner Whose Business Burned Calls for Justice for George Floyd,"
Help Others in Need Rebound From Damage Incurred During Protests in Minneapolis
"How to Give Back to Your Besieged Community,"
Read and Reflect
"Officer Who Stood By as George Floyd Died Highlights Complex Asian American,"
"Minn. Cops Trained by Israeli Police, Who Often Use Knee-On-Neck Restraint,"
“White People Can Compartmentalize Police Brutality, Black People Don’t Have the Luxury,"
“Despite Bans, Protesters Around World Join to Oppose Racism,”
“George Floyd Killing Spurs Fresh Protests Across Europe,”
“Australians’ Death in Police Custody: Protesters across Australia call for justice for Aboriginal Australians who have died at the hands of police,”
“How London United for George Floyd and Black Lives Matter,”
“Reflections on the Color of My Skin,”
"Teacher’s Reading List of Antiracist Books for Kids Goes Viral,"
"Race and Black Theology Reading List,"