Make phone calls and send emails (at the city/state level, with school districts, etc.) advocating on behalf of policies being put forth by racial justice organizations.
We’re His Problem Now - calling sheet guide
Diversify your social media. Follow radical/progressive Black, Brown, Indigenous figureheads and leaders in the movement. Then do you best to share and amplify their voice with your white social circles. This is great way to culture shift ideas, art, and media.
“Amplifying voices of color to your network is an important part of solidarity work. We are not the experts on race, but we have an opportunity to learn from so many experts and boost their influence.”
- Amanda Gelender
Attend meetings, hearings, and other public events to advocate in person on behalf of policies being put forth by racial justice organizations. Be careful not to speak instead of People of Color, but rather to add your voice to show solidarity. Bring other White people with you.