Your Guide On How to Support Black People After Incidents of Police Violence

Great article by  on Everyday Feminism, “Your Guide On How to Support Black People After Incidents of Police Violence

It’s not your fault that Black people are systemically seen as inhuman, but you can be part of our oppression if you don’t name anti-Blackness when you notice it – or if you’re unable to have conversations with non-Black people about anti-Blackness.

I need to mourn. I need to be there for my family in these violent times. But I also need you.

I need you to commit to stand by our side, and to not make this about you. I need you to acknowledge that being Black in the US is an experience like no other.

And if you really believe in solidarity and allyship, here are ten things you can do right now to support us.

Read the rest of:  “Your Guide On How to Support Black People After Incidents of Police Violence

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