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Self-Educate and Act: Resources to Support the BLM Movement

As we witness the pain of systemic racism perpetuated generation after generation, we commit ourselves to being part of the solution rooted in justice and centered around equity. We stand with the Black community, commit to elevating the voices of our partners, and support systemic solutions against racism, hate, and violence. 



A Note to Our RMH-NY Community

Ruth Browne, President and CEO

"We must forge a path that secures a positive future for all of us, and for those who will come behind us to lead at every level."


How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change

Barack Obama

"...if we want to bring about real change, then the choice isn’t between protest and politics. We have to do both. We have to mobilize to raise awareness, and we have to organize and cast our ballots to make sure that we elect candidates who will act on reform."


It's Time for White People to Understand their Whiteness

Savala Trepczynski

"Phrased differently, it is white people (especially progressive white people) who are responsible for what happens now. Either they work to understand—and change—how white supremacy moves in and through their lives, hearts, minds, and spaces, or they decide they don’t have time, they’re too scared, they can’t deal with it, or, like Ms. Cooper, they linger in the fallacy that they could never be involved in a racist incident."


We Must Step Up For Black People Right Now - Here’s How

Sheree Atcheson

"Senior leadership must actively speak about this, whether they are uncomfortable or not. Their privilege must be used to make a difference. They should also signpost resources / donation links. If leadership feel uncomfortable about sharing or talking, that’s because of their privilege to not directly connect with this violence and racism."


Killer Mike Delivers Emotional Speech to Atlanta Protestors at Mayor’s Press Conference

Daniel Kreps

"They don’t know what else to do. And it is the responsibility of us to make this better right now. We don’t want to see one officer charged, we want to see four officers prosecuted and sentenced. We don’t want to see targets burning, we want to see the system that sets up for systemic racism burnt to the ground."


An Antiracist Reading List

Ibram X. Kendi


Here’s Where You Can Donate to Help Protests Against Police Brutality

Claire Shaffer


We Are Done Dying



How To Help Fight For Racial Justice And Equality Right Now



75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice

Corinne Shutack


Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community

Sunshine Behavioral Health

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