Resources for Equality


Lasting change begins with each one of us—but knowing where to begin is often the hardest part. Whether you’re seeking to educate yourself through books and articles on anti-racism, or you’d like to support social justice organizations doing critical work to combat racism, the below resources can point you in the right direction. This list will continue to evolve as new justice and equality resources and voices emerge.

Protestors for Black Lives Matter

Addressing racial injustice through education and action

Group of protestors

Take action: Causes and organizations to support

Social justice organizations fight for equality through a variety of different avenues by focusing on the root issue within society. Below, we list different social justice resources so you can take action by supporting a reputable organization.

Protestors for Black Lives Matter
Fist up in the air

Get engaged as a family: Diversity resources for parents 

Statement from GoFundMe CEO, Tim Cadogan

“Over the last week, people across the country have stood up in the face of injustice and systemic racism plaguing the Black community. We’ve seen an outpouring of global support on GoFundMe for George Floyd’s family, peaceful protesters demanding change, and organizations fighting for equality and accountability.

The issues people are voicing are deep-rooted and require meaningful change. We understand that to drive change we must get involved and take action. To help drive that change, today we’ve created the Justice + Equality Fund to support organizations and people that are dedicated to addressing both urgent needs and systemic problems. We have committed $500,000 to start the Fund, which will initially focus on bail reform, racial justice, and law enforcement reform.

Solving the deep, structural issues that have caused these nationwide protests will take empathy and dedication. We are committed to a sustained effort to create change and look forward to working with you to help our society become more equitable.”