Anti-Racism Resources

There are several organizations, both local and national, providing resources to promote Black liberation and anti-racist practices. The list below provides links to several organizations and resources, including organizations local to Michigan as well as organizations doing work across the nation and online resources.

  • Black Visions Collective: “an organization dedicated to Black Liberation”

  • The Bail Project (Detroit): “a national nonprofit organization that pays bail for people in need, reuniting families, and restoring the presumption of innocence”

  • Communities United Against Police Brutality: “twin-cities organization that was created to deal with police brutality on an ongoing basis”

  • US Trans Survey Reports on People of Color: The US Trans Survey generated a report specifically on the experiences of Black trans and gender diverse people.

  • MSU Dialogues: “MSU Dialogues is an intergroup dialogue program for students, faculty, and staff at Michigan State. It is a face-to-face learning experience that brings together people from different identity groups over a sustained period of time.”

  • The PALS Approach to Interrupting Bias: “This is a methodology to use when you hear someone say something that may be problematic or hurtful to a specific group of people or yourself. The major objective of this approach is to stay connected with the person and speak your truth clearly.”

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