A list of resources compiled by the TuneIn IDEA committee for action and education on Juneteenth and beyond
Resources for Kids and Parents:
- Anti-Racism for Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide to Fighting Hate
- 13 Children’s Books About Race and Diversity
- Your kids aren’t too young to talk about race: a resource roundup
- White Fragility: Robin DiAngelo
- How to be an Anti-Racist: Ibram X. Kendi
- The New Jim Crow: Michelle Alexander
- So You Want to Talk About Race: Ijeoma Oluo
- Divided Sisters: Midge Wilson & Kathy Russell
- Between the World and Me: Ta-Nehisi Coates
- The Color of Law: Richard Rothstein
- The Bluest Eye, Beloved: Toni Morrison
- Their Eyes Were Watching God: Zora Neale Hurston
- I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: Maya Angelou
- Black Feminist Thought: Patricia Hill Collins
- Eloquent Rage: Brittney Cooper
- Heavy: Kiese Laymon
- Just Mercy: Bryan Stevenson
- Me and White Supremacy: Layla F. Saad
- Redefining Realness: Janet Mock
- Sister Outsider: Audre Lorde
- The Fire Next Time, Native Son, If Beale Street Could Talk — James Baldwin
- Invisible Man — Ralph Ellison
- The Color Purple — Alice Walker
- 62 great books by Black authors, recommended by TED speakers — via TED
- Books by Black Authors — Via Riveted by SimonTeen
- Amistad Authors — HarperCollins’s Amistad Press is the oldest publisher devoted to multicultural voices. This renowned imprint showcases award-winning novelists, celebrated cultural figures, and esteemed critics and scholars.
- Elizabeth’s Bookshop & Writing Centre — Elizabeth’s Bookshop & Writing Centre is an innovative literacy center designed to amplify and celebrate marginalized voices. Our catalog highlights, promotes, amplifies, celebrates, and honors the work of writers who are often excluded from traditional cultural, social and academic canons. Through curated collections of own voices’ narratives, Elizabeth’s seeks to educate and re-shape the lens of readers as they see themselves and how they view the world. Founded by Akron native, Rachel Elizabeth Cargle, Elizabeth’s is a manifestation of her passions as an activist and author. Equal parts bookshop and writing center, Elizabeth’s is committed to contributing to Akron’s vibrant economic resurgence as a safe gathering space rooted in the values of community, curiosity, justice, and joy. A percentage of all sales from Elizabeth’s will go to The Loveland Foundation to support their mission of making mental healthcare accessible for Black women and girls.
You can purchase books from the following black-owned bookstores (Sourced from Instagram as well as Riveted by Simon Teen):
- The Lit Bar (Bronx)
- Sister’s Uptown (NYC)
- Cafe Con Libros (Brooklyn)
- Marcus Books (Oakland, CA)
- Ashay By The Bay (Vallejo, CA) *Children’s Books
- Revolution Books (Berkeley, CA)
- Eso Won Books (Los Angeles)
- Underground Books (Sacramento)
- Carol’s Bookstore (Sacramento)
- Frugal Bookstore (Boston)
- Uncle Bobbie’s (Philadelphia)
- Harriet’s Bookshop (Philadelphia)
- Mahogany Books (DC)
- Loyalty Books (Silver Spring, MD)
- Semicolon (Chicago)
- Eye See Me (St. Louis) *Focus on Children’s Books
- Willa’s Books (Kansas City)
- Fulton Street Books (Tulsa)
- Source Booksellers (Detroit)
- Turning Page Bookshop (Goose Creek, SC)
- Wild Fig Books (Lexington, KY)
- For a more comprehensive list with additional bookstores, visit: Riveted by Simon Teen)
Celebrate on TuneIn:
- Juneteenth Channel highlighting black voices in Music, Sports, and Podcasts
- About Race
- Code Switch by NPR
- Pod for the Cause
- Seeing Color
- Fare of the Free Child
- Our National Conversation About Conversations About Race
Movies & Documentaries
- 13th (Netflix)
- American Son (Netflix)
- See You Yesterday (Netflix)
- Dear White People (Netflix)
- When They See Us (Netflix)
- Malcolm X (Netflix)
- If Beale Street Could Talk (Hulu)
- The Hate U Give (Hulu)
- Selma (Currently Free on YouTube, Google Play, and Amazon)
- I Am Not Your Negro (Amazon)
- Just Mercy (Amazon)
- Black Power Mixtape (Amazon)
- Do the Right Thing (Amazon)
- Clemency (Amazon)
- Fruitvale Station (Amazon)
- Harriet (Amazon)
- King in the Wilderness (HBO)
- Say Her Name: The Life & Death of Sandra Bland (HBO)
Webinars & Seminars
- Juneteenth Conference: The Mission of JuneteenthConf, Unl. is to provide a space that celebrates Black Excellence in technology for Black people in tech to learn and grow and to amplify their voices. We aim to be a counterbalance to the biases, implicit or otherwise, that hold our industry and our society back. Juneteenth Conference is a free virtual tech conference made for and featuring Black people in technology. The conference celebrates Black Excellence and promotes community for Black people who are severely underrepresented in the tech industry. We welcome anyone and everyone aligned with this goal to come and listen to the conversation.
- Meaning Thru Movement: Fireside Chat with Robin DiAngelo: Join activist and athlete Alison Mariella Désir and Dr. Robin DiAngelo, noted author and educator for a workshop on White Fragility.
- Boys & Girls Club: Volunteering at a Boys & Girls Club is a great way to help teach young people valuable life lessons and learn something about yourself in return. To learn about volunteer opportunities in your community, enter your zip code to find a Club near you.
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of America: Since 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is incredible potential. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through young adulthood in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
- Workplace mentoring programs allow students to visit real workplaces and learn from one-to-one relationships with successful professionals. Bigs in workplace mentoring programs get the unique chance to give back to their communities during their busy workdays. If you’d like to start a workplace mentoring program at your workplace, or if you have questions about how to get more involved, contact your local Big Brothers Big Sisters office.
- Obama Foundation — My Brother’s Keeper Alliance in partnership with the National Mentoring Partnership
- America on Tech: America On Tech’s (AOT) mission is to prepare the next generation of technology leaders by creating pathways for young people to thrive in technology and innovation.
- New York Cares: New York Cares is the largest volunteer network in NYC offering thousands of volunteer opportunities with nonprofits and schools in all five boroughs.
- Brotherhood Crusade: Brotherhood Crusade is a 50-year old grassroots organization with a vision of improving quality of life and meeting the unmet needs of low-income, underserved, under-represented and disenfranchised individuals. We envision a South Los Angeles devoid of health disparities, disenfranchisement and poverty-associated adverse public health conditions. We believe South Los Angeles can be a safe, thriving, culturally relevant and inclusive community that provides all residents equitable access to human & social services and continually improves their quality of life. Our mission is to remove and/or help individuals overcome the barriers that deter their pursuit of success in life and facilitate opportunities for a better quality of life by effectuating improved health & wellness, facilitating academic success, promoting personal, social & economic growth, providing access to artistic excellence & cultural awareness, increasing financial literacy and building community agencies & institutions.
How to Find Businesses to Support
- Apps — These 10 apps and directories help you find Black-owned businesses to support in your community, via Fast Company
- 75 Black-Owned Business to Support — via Forbes
Restaurants & Food
- Black-Owned Restaurant Lists Circulating the Internet, Organized by City — via Bon Appetit
- How How to find black-owned restaurants to support near you — via Today
Shopping & Wellness
- Shop Black-Owned & Founded Wellness Brands: 66+ Companies To Support — via Mind Body Green
- Black-owned Etsy shops — via Etsy
- The Hidden Genius Project: The Hidden Genius Project trains and mentors black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills to transform their lives and communities.
- Thurgood Marshall College Fund: Established in 1987, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) is the nation’s largest organization exclusively representing the Black College Community. TMCF member-schools include the publicly-supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs). Publicly-supportedHBCUs enroll over 80% of all students attending HBCUs. Through scholarships, capacity building and research initiatives, innovative programs, and strategic partnerships, TMCF is a vital resource in the K-12 and higher education space. The organization is also a source for top employers seeking top talent for competitive internships and good jobs.
- Black Girls Code: To increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology. To provide African-American youth with the skills to occupy some of the 1.4 million computing job openings expected to be available in the U.S. by 2020, and to train 1 million girls by 2040.
- Anitab.org: At AnitaB.org, we envision a future where the people who imagine and build technology mirror the people and societies for whom they build it. We connect, inspire, and guide women in computing, and organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative. Our social enterprise supports women in technical fields, as well as the organizations that employ them and the academic institutions training the next generation. A full roster of programs help women grow, learn, and develop their highest potential.
- We Need Diverse Books: We Need Diverse Books™ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a grassroots organization of children’s book lovers that advocates essential changes in the publishing industry. Our aim is to help produce and promote literature that reflects and honors the lives of all young people.
- The Loveland Foundation: Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Our resources and initiatives are collaborative and they prioritize opportunity, access, validation, and healing. We are becoming the ones we’ve been waiting for.
- Black Women’s Health Imperative: We target the most pressing health issues that affect Black women and girls in the U.S. through investments in evidence based strategies, bold programs and advocacy outreach on health policies.
RACIAL & CIVIL JUSTICE
- Black Lives Matter: #BlackLivesMatter was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer. Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is 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. By combating and countering acts of violence, creating space for Black imagination and innovation, and centering Black joy, we are winning immediate improvements in our lives.
- ACLU: The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union — beyond one person, party, or side. Our mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.
- Southern Poverty Law Center: The Southern Poverty Law Center is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality.
- Black Alliance for Just Immigration: The Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) believes that a thriving multiracial democracy requires racial, social and economic justice for all. African Americans and black immigrants are stronger together and we can win by becoming leaders in the fight against structural racism and systemic discrimination. BAJI was formed to bring Black voices together to advocate for equality and justice in our laws and our communities.
- NAACP Legal Defense Fund: The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. is America’s premier legal organization fighting for racial justice. Through litigation, advocacy, and public education, LDF seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans. LDF also defends the gains and protections won over the past 75 years of civil rights struggle and works to improve the quality and diversity of judicial and executive appointments.
- UndocuBlack Network: The UndocuBlack Network (UBN) is a multigenerational network of currently and formerly undocumented Black people that fosters community, facilitates access to resources, and contributes to transforming the realities of our people, so we are thriving and living our fullest lives.
- The Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights: The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights is the nation’s oldest, largest, and most diverse civil and human rights coalition. From the beginning, we were forged to fight the intractable — together.
- Color of Change: Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization. We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force driven by 1.7 million members, we move decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.
- Minnesota Freedom Fund: Why criminal bail and immigration bond? We value a society that values its people, their freedom and recognizes their contribution to the greater good. A society that does not condition pretrial freedom on class or identity, that has ended mass incarceration, and that invests in restorative and transformative justice.
IN THE WORKPLACE
- Time’s Up: We insist upon a world where everyone is safe and respected at work. A world where women have an equal shot at success and security. A world where no one lives in fear of sexual harassment or assault. By helping change culture, companies, and laws, TIME’S UP Now aims to create a society free of gender-based discrimination in the workplace and beyond. We want every person — across race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender identity, and income level — to be safe on the job and have equal opportunity for economic success and security. TIME’S UP Now is an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit 501(c)(4) charitable organization.
IN YOUR COMMUNITY
- Showing Up For Racial Justice: SURJ is a national network of groups and individuals working to undermine white supremacy and to work toward 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. We work to connect people across the country while supporting and collaborating with local and national racial justice organizing efforts. SURJ provides a space to build relationships, skills and political analysis to act for change.
- Know Your Rights Camp: Our mission is to advance the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities through education, self-empowerment, mass-mobilization and the creation of new systems that elevate the next generation of change leaders.
- The Audre Lorde Project: The Audre Lorde Project is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color community organizing center, focusing on the New York City area.
- Brooklyn Community Bail Fund: Brooklyn Community Bail Fund is committed to challenging the racism, inequality, and injustice of a criminal legal system and immigration and deportation regime that disproportionately target and harm low-income communities of color.
- The Center for Antiviolence Education: The Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE) works to disrupt hate violence. We do this by developing and implementing empowerment self-defense programs so that the most marginalized New Yorkers build tools to stay safer. And we teach active bystander interventions so that more New Yorkers move from being bystanders to violence, to Upstanders against it. We do this work to actively create a more just and peaceful world.
- Bay Area Council — Supporting Organizations Working for Racial Justice: The Bay Area Council holds racial equity, diversity and inclusion among our core values. We strongly condemn the brutal killing of George Floyd and support the work that many organizations throughout the Bay Area are doing to end racial injustice, discrimination and hatred.The Council has compiled a preliminary list of national and Bay Area-based grassroots organizations that are making an impact on issues of racial justice. We urge our member companies, partners and supporters to use these organizations as resources and to donate to or volunteer for organizations working in this space.
- Tech Equity Collaborative: We are a member-driven organization made up of tech workers and tech companies that share our values — that instead of being a force for displacement and inequality, tech can create opportunity and widespread prosperity. Our mission is to mobilize tech workers to create a tech-driven economy in the Bay Area that works for everyone. We educate people in the tech sector around housing and workforce & labor issues and activate them to make change in those key areas.
- SF LGBT Center: The mission of the SF LGBT Center is to connect our diverse community to opportunities, resources and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and our allies.
- Compass Family Services: Clara House: Compass Family Services leads the way in helping San Francisco families facing homelessness secure stable housing and attain economic self-sufficiency and family well-being. We have been service innovators for more than 100 years, and 88% of the families who complete our housing programs achieve lasting success. An intensive, yet supportive, environment where great things can happen. With a focus on education, the 6 to 18-month live-in program helps each family to build a lasting foundation for success