Social Justice Resources

Source: the National Democratic Training Committee



Anguish and Action – The Obama Foundation

This is a collection of resources put together by The Obama Foundation. It includes ways to stay informed, actions you can take, and a few organizations at the front lines of social justice you can connect with. Find it here: https://www.obama.org/anguish-and-action/

Anti-Racism Toolkit

This document is intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work. If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, start now. It has articles and books to read, podcasts to listen to, and videos to watch. Find it here: http://bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES​

Note: This list is not owned or compiled by NDTC. But, they’re resources NDTC Staff have found useful.

Showing Up for Racial Justice – SURJ

SURJ is a national network of groups and individuals working to undermine white supremacy and to work toward racial justice. They’ve collected resources you can use to engage with the racial justice movement.

Find them here: https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/resources

Organizations Leading in Black Politics

Here are a few organizations leading in Black politics. You can support them by donating or using their resources in your community.

Note: This is not an exhaustive list – there are hundreds of organizations working for racial justice. We’ll continually work to uplift as many as we can.

Higher Heights
Higher Heights is a national organization providing Black women with a political home exclusively dedicated to harnessing their power to expand Black women’s elected representation and voting participation, and advance progressive policies. Find them here: https://www.higherheightsforamerica.org/

The Collective PAC

The Collective PAC is working to fix the challenge of African American underrepresentation in elected seats of power throughout our nation. Find them here: https://collectivepac.org/​

Black Futures Lab

Black Futures Lab works with Black people to transform our communities, building Black political power and changing the way that power operates—locally, statewide, and nationally. Find them here: https://blackfutureslab.org/

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