RAISE YOUR VOICE

We want YOU on our blog! If you had to talk about one topic related to being a minority or social justice without any prep work, what would it be?

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." 

- Margaret Mead

5 WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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GET INFORMED

In order to make a difference, it is important to be continually informed on past and current events. This helps you recognize opportunities for change, and identify injustices around you.

02

TAKE ACTION

There are so many ways to make a difference. Whether it be educating yourself and others, donating your time or money, signing petitions and writing to your state and local reps, and more! Check out different opportunities for you to make a difference.

03

SPREAD THE WORD

Educate those around you on opportunities to fight for equality, and the importance of fighting for justice. To help educate those around you, we have created some infographic statistics to help have those tough conversations with family & friends.

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04

SHOP LOCAL

There is a huge variety of organizations that fight for change, and different causes. Check out a list of organizations & their causes, as well as minority owned businesses you can support in the community. 

05

VOLUNTEER & Donate

Check out local donation & volunteer opportunities for further involvement in the fight for change & equality.

BUSINESSES

Take the next step and promote equality within your business. Educate yourself and your employees, take action to promote equality with your company's mission, hiring, supply chain, donations & more.

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EDUCATORS

Take the next step and promote equality within education. Ensure yourself and those around you are taking action to promote equality and diversity to create inclusion for all.

PARENTS/

GUARDIANS

Check out information and resources to educate yourself, and others, on issues such as race, gender, and health inequalities within our system. Find ways to talk to your children about these issues and/or advocate for those who need it.

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