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How to Support Protesters Right Now

It's been nearly a week since protests and demonstrations demanding justice for the Black lives lost due to police brutality have begun — here's how you can help protect and support protesters, and what you can do to help, even if you're not able to march alongside them.

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    How to Support the Protesters Demanding Justice for George Floyd

    How to Support the Protesters Demanding Justice for George Floyd

    These are the bail funds and organizations to know. Protests demanding justice for the death of George Floyd have occurred nationwide for more than a week. Last week, Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, was killed on May 25 after a white police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes in …

    What to Know Before Heading to a Protest

    What to Know Before Heading to a Protest

    Black Canary is a column sounding the alarm against enduring injustice in America. This article is part of In Session: The Teen Vogue Lesson Plan. Find the full lesson plan here. Mass protests can be unpredictable. While it might seem like all you need is a witty protest sign, depending on the type of …

    How to Cope With Race-Based Trauma

    How to Cope With Race-Based Trauma

    It shouldn't be happening, but we need to care for our mental health amid so much senseless death. In this op-ed, Jor-El Caraballo, LMHC, co-founder of Viva Wellness, explains how to cope with race-based trauma. When the news of Ahmaud Arbery’s death became widespread, I can’t say that I was …

    The President Is Out For Blood

    The President Is Out For Blood

    Amid a third straight night of rebellion in Minneapolis protesting the death of George Floyd saw the takeover of the local police department’s 3rd precinct, Donald Trump took to Twitter to issue a declaration of violent intent on behalf of the U.S. military. According …

    An Anti-Racist Action Guide

    An Anti-Racist Action Guide

    In the wake of the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, Sean Reed, and now George Floyd, it is imperative that we have a conversation about where we, as a society, go from here. It seems there is an overwhelming expectation that Black activists and organizers will say something …

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