BLM Resources & Links

The Editors

In response to anti-Black racist violence, help us support Black lives through literature and art, as well as efforts for justice in Houston, by donating to or supporting these organizations:

Houston Mutual Aid Resources

Restoring Justice
Provides holistic legal defense and social services for the marginalized.

Pure Justice
Works to reform institutions that perpetuate social and criminal injustices.

Black Lives Matter Houston
Addresses the issues that affect the Black community.

Texas Organizing Project
Organizes Black and Latino communities with the goal of transforming Texas

Texas Advocates for Justice
Works for a society where prison profiteering and deportation are things of the past.

Mutual Aid Houston
A directory of Houston-specific resources for protestors.


Houston Black Arts Organizations

Project Row Houses

VIP Arts Houston

Ensemble Theatre

The Houston Museum of African American Culture

The Gite Gallery

Community Artists' Collective

Bisong Art Gallery

Houston Ebony Opera Guild


Other Resources:

Queer Writers of Color Relief Fund
Started by Luther Hughes, founder of Shade Literary Arts, this fund provides relief for queer writers of color during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Resources for Accountability and Actions for Black Lives
A list of resources with actions to take to demand justice for recent anti-black violence, including resources for protestors.

#8toAbolition
An educational resource for advocates of police and prison abolition. 

BLM Petition to Defund the Police
A petition to defund the police, organized by the Black Lives Matter movement.

Community Justice Exchange - National Bail Fund Network
An extensive list of bail funds organzied by state and city.

We will continue to update this list of resources through the month of June. This is not an exhaustive list, and if you wish to share resources with us, please post a comment below.

 

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