Bail Funds, Organizations to Support & Other Resources to Demand Justice

Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen young people unify on and off social media, to disseminate information, resources, and use their voice to combat systemic racism. Linked below are some of the important resources I’ve discovered including petitions to sign, organizations to donate to, email templates, and many other resources to help in the fight against systemic racism, and demand justice. 

Justice For Breonna Taylor:

Linked here are a number of resources to help towards justice for Breonna Taylor, as the officers who murdered her still haven’t been arrested or charged. Friday June 5th would have been her 27th birthday.

#JusticeforBre: Petition for Police officers who killed Breonna Taylor to be fired, here

This link here also has a number of resources to help demand justice for Breonna. 

Compiled Resource Documents:

Black Lives Matter Card - This site created by @dehyedration contains a number of different resources including petitions, texting and calling resources, resources for protesters and more. 

Community Bail Funds by State - This document created by @nola.jpeg contains links to bail funds for multiple states, as well as other useful resources.
You can split a donation between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers by clicking here.

The #GeorgeFloyd+ Resource Compilation - This document created by @abjectcriticism is actively upated, and contains an extensive number of resources, educational tools and ways to provide aid. This is an incredible tool to use if you're not only looking to get involved, but also learn. 

Anti-Racism Packet by Jasmine Mitchell - This packet created by @smooth_jas contains a number of educational resources to learn about systemic racism, and the steps we need to take to dismantle it. 

Fantasy World Masterlist of Resources - The hilarious @patiasfantasyworld has put together an extensive anti-racism resource, that is updated daily with useful and educational tools. The list is divided into categories of Support, Literature, and Resources.

Donate To:

Reclaim The Block - Organizes Minneapolis community and city council members to move money from the police department into other areas of the city’s budget that truly promote community health and safety.

Color of Change - Designs campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back, & champion solutions that move us all forward.

The Innocence Project - Works to free innocent people from prison and prevent wrongful convictions.

NAACP Legal Defense Fund - America’s premier legal organization fighting for racial justice. Through litigation, advocacy, and public education, LDF seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans. 

Black Lives Matter - Global organization whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.


If on a mobile device, this link here automatically creates an email from you to every NYC council member, asking them to deny the Mayors budget which grossly overfunds the NYPD. All you have to add is your name and neighborhood in the script, and click send.  

If on a mobile device, this link here will take you to a pre-written email template that you can send to the Louisville, Kentucky district attorney demanding justice for Breonna Taylor.  All you have to add is your name and where you are from in the script, and click send.  

Additional Resources:

Justice for Ahmaud Arbery- Pass Georgia Hate Crime Bill, here.

Text “JUSTICE” To 668366

Text “FLOYD” To 55156

Text “ENOUGH” To 55156

Register to Vote By Clicking Here.

I will continue to update this post with new resources, and would love for you to all to also send resources you find to be helpful, either through the contact page, or the SelectedByElisa instagram.