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We are reserving this space on our homepage for social justice advocacy resources, highlighting information on how to support Black lives, LGBTQ rights, incarcerated people, and more. Email our Editor with any resources you wish to see included in the future.

Black-Owned Businesses
Black-Owned Businesses

Black-owned businesses need your support now more than ever.

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Abortion Funds
Abortion Funds

Help fund abortion clinics via this national network of funds and learn where to access abortion resources.

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Indigenous Lands
Indigenous Lands

Understand the Indigenous lands where you and others live, work, and travel.

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Donate to Bail Funds
Donate to Bail Funds

Contribute to the mission to release incarcerated minors, trans, gender-non-conforming, and intersex people.

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Listen
Listen

Read articles, tweets, essays, and posts by Black people about their experiences.

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Trans Women of Color
Trans Women of Color

Help cultivate economic opportunities and affirm spaces for trans people of color.

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Educate Yourself
Educate Yourself

Learn about racism. Use the #Charlestonsyllabus.

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Lambda Literary
Lambda Literary

Support LGBTQ writing programs and events and read the Lammy award winners.

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Donate to Support BLM
Donate to Support BLM

Donate to victim funds, bail funds, community-restoration and -enrichment organizations, and more. From New York Magazine.

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LGBTQ Freedom Fund
LGBTQ Freedom Fund

Help stop the mass detention of LGBTQ people.

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1619 Project
1619 Project

Learn more about the historical legacy of slavery in America. From The New York Times Magazine.

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Seek Support
Seek Support

Spread the word about the Trevor Project's crisis services for LGBTQ young people.

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We acknowledge that our Tallahassee offices at Florida State University are located on the ancestral and traditional homelands of the Apalachee Nation, the Muscogee Nation, the Miccosukee Tribe of Florida, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. We pay respect to their tribal members past and present, to their descendants, and to all Indigenous peoples.

 

We recognize that this land was forcibly taken from these Indigenous peoples and altered through settler colonial violence and dispossession, and we recognize that simply acknowledging this isn’t enough. We will seek out ways that we can support advocacy for Indigenous people and better honor the relationships these Indigenous Nations maintain with this land. If you have suggestions of advocacy resources we can help share or other actions we can take, please email our Editor.

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