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We are saddened and angered by the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and Tony McDade, among others, and are grieving alongside their families and communities. For decades, Black Americans have lived in a world where they justifiably fear law enforcement; they have been demanding justice and a change to the status quo. We are tired of seeing the list of names of victims grow longer and longer. We stand with our fellow partners and friends who take to the streets to demand justice for George Floyd, protest against police violence, and seek to dismantle institutionalized racism. 


During this critical time, we need to look to leaders who can bring us together and lead change. It’s past time we call out systemic racism and collectively work together to create meaningful change.

We have compiled a list of resources from a variety of organizations, Black leaders, and advocates to help you join the fight for racial justice. Resources are listed in no particular order.



Reading Lists:





  • ActBlue: Split a donation between 40+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers

  • Colorado Freedom Fund: a local revolving fund that posts bonds and pays cash bail for people unable to afford the cost of buying their own freedom.

  • Black Lives Matter 5280: Denver chapter of Black Lives Matter. Donations made to BLM5280 will be used for bail, legal support, and provision of direct services for Black people impacted by the current and ongoing crisis. 



  • Black Lives Matter 5280: a local Denver chapter of the global movement to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities

  • Soul 2 Soul Sisters: A local Black womxn-led, faith-based, racial justice organization focused on Black healing and Black liberation.

  • YAASPA (Young Aspiring American for Social and Political Activism): a Colorado-based youth organization for those who desire to make change in their communities, pursue social science degrees, and social justice careers. 


  • Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition: a coalition of over 8,000 individual members and 112 organizations who have united to stop perpetual prison expansion in Colorado through policy and sentence reform.



  • Denver Justice Project: a group working to transform law enforcement, end mass incarceration, and seek racial justice in Denver.

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