African American Policy Forum"An innovative think tank that connects academics, activists, and policy-makers" and "is dedicated to advancing and expanding racial justice, gender equality, and the indivisibility of all human rights, both in the U.S. and internationally." See its #SayHerName Campaign page, with links to its Say Her Name: Resisting Police Brutality against Black Women report and #SHN Videos. See also its Initiatives pages, such as Black Girls Matter.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)A large nonprofit organization that works "in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country." See its Criminal Law Reform and Racial Justice pages, as well as its Free Speech - Rights of Protesters and Student Speech and Privacy pages.
Amnesty International (USA)"The world's largest grassroots human rights organization." See its Protest Resources & Toolkits and Deadly Force & Police Accountability pages.
Association of American Law Schools - Law Deans Antiracist Clearinghouse Project"By creating a space for our collective voices as leaders of law schools to engage our institutions in the fight for justice and equality, we strive to focus our teaching, scholarship, service, activism, programming, and initiatives on strategies to eradicate racism." Includes a list of Learning resources and suggested Audit questions, as well as faculty resolutions and Law School Antiracism Statements.
Black Lives Matter"A global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes." See its Resources pages with Toolkits & Reports, Social Media Graphics, and more. See also its What Matters Web Series.
Black Youth Project 100"A national member-based organization of 18-35 year old activists and organizers creating freedom and justice for all Black people." See its Agenda to Build Black Futures and She Safe We Safe pages.
Brennan Center for Justice"Works to build an America that is democratic, just, and free - for all." See its Issues pages, such as End Mass Incarceration, as well as its Our Work pages, including Research & Reports and Policy Solutions. See also its Library.
Candid"Through research, collaboration, and training" connects "nonprofits, foundations, and individuals to the resources they need to do good." See its Explore Issues pages, with links to its Foundation Landscapes, such as Funding for Racial Equity, and its IssueLab of topical publications and reports, such as Race and Ethnicity. See also its Find Funding page. [Candid was created by the merger of the Foundation Center and GuideStar.]
Civil Liberties Defense Center"Supports movements that seek to dismantle the political and economic structures at the root of social inequality and environmental destruction." See its Know Your Rights page.
Color of Change"Leads campaigns that build real power for Black communities." See its Our Campaigns page, with links to specific campaigns and petitions. See also its OrganizeFor platform site, with "tools and resources that you need to lead campaigns in your community...."
Dream Defenders"A multiracial group of young people" that "practices transformative justice, an abolitionist way of dealing with conflict and holding people accountable in opposition to the punitive nature of the prison system...." See its Freedom Papers and Projects pages.
Equal Justice InitiativeFounded by Bryan Stevenson in 1989, this nonprofit organization "committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society." See its Our Work pages on Criminal Justice Reform, Racial Justice, and Public Education.
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE)A nonpartisan organization that seeks to defend and sustain the individual rights of students and faculty members at America's colleges and universities." See its Student Network page, with links to Defend & Protect Your Rights and Tips for Activism information and more.
Race Forward"Brings systemic analysis and an innovative approach to complex race issues to help people take effective action toward racial equity." See its Research pages, such as Race and the Economy, Governing for Racial Equity, and Grassroots Organizing and Advocacy, as well as its Practice Tools and Trainings pages. See also its Recent Media with links to numerous videos, such as What is Systemic Racism?.
Racial Equity Institute"An alliance of trainers, organizers, and institutional leaders ...devoted ... to the work of creating racially equitable organizations and systems." See its Resources page, as well as ongoing events and trainings on its Schedule page.
Racial Justice Improvement ProjectA project of the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section, with support from the U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance, "designed to identify and reform policies and practices that produce racial disparities in local justice systems across the country." See its Resources page.
Showing Up for Racial Justice"Through community organizing, mobilizing, and education, SURJ moves White people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability." See its Programs and Resources pages. See also its Call to Action for White Folks page, with strategies and other resources.
Stop AAPI HateA reporting and resource center launched by the Asian Pacific Planning and Policy Council, Chinese for Affirmative Action, and San Francisco State University Asian American Studies Department. See its Reports & Press and Report An Incident pages.