Take action to help end racial injustice

Ending systemic racism will require a range of reforms and solutions—from personal actions to policy reforms and community solutions.

We can make real lasting change when we commit to these actions in the months and years ahead.

Here are ways you can take action and connect with organizations that are at the forefront of creating a more just and equitable world:
""

Support grassroots organizations

Follow and listen to these national organizations fighting for racial justice.
""

Volunteer your time

Find a local organization and volunteer your time and skills to help them fight for racial justice.
""

Be a voter

By voting in national and local elections, you can ensure that elected officials (including mayors, prosecutors, sheriffs, and school board representatives) share your vision of public safety.
""

Get involved locally

Through community participation, you can help redefine public safety in your community to ensure that it’s based on fundamental fairness and recognizes the humanity of every person.

Here are some questions you can ask about your local community’s practices.
""

Diversify your social feeds and the news you’re consuming

Diversify your social feeds and the news you’re consuming
""

Seek out and support Black-owned businesses

When you support Black-owned businesses, you are redirecting important economic resources into Black communities.
""

Be an ally in the workplace

Regardless of your position, you can learn how to be an ally in the workplace:
""

Talk about race and racism to your family and circle of friends and peers

We can’t help end racism unless we actively talk about it with our families and friends. Not talking about race prevents us from engaging in conversations about race and to respond when racism is happening.

Here are some guides for talking about race:
""

Call out biased or racist language

Knowing how to effectively respond to biased language takes practice.
""

Report racism and discrimination

If you or someone you know has experienced or witnessed an incident of bias, hatred, or bigotry, you can file an incident report at the links below.

Hate incidents or crimes should also be reported to local law enforcement. If this is an emergency, please dial 911.