This is far from an exhaustive list of organizations and educational resources but I hope they are useful.

How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change by Barack Obama

Anti-Racist Resource Guide: A document created by Victoria Alexander, MEd, to be used as a resource for anyone looking to broaden their understanding of anti-racism and get involved to combat racism, specifically as it relates to anti-Blackness and police violence.

Lifting the veil: Understanding the clarity this moment offers by Ana Mari Cauce, University of Washington President

75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice by Corinne Shutack

Communities United Against Police Brutality is a Minneapolis and St. Paul area community resistance group that empowers local communities to challenge structural inequality and police brutality.

Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc. works to organize and mobilize in response to anti-Black violence and structural inequality.

Center for Policing Equity produces data and research to pinpoint evidence-based solutions to problems of bias and policing to reform law enforcement agencies.

Color of Change aims to motivate decisionmakers in corporations and government to create policy solutions to systemic problems of racial justice by mobilizing digital organizers across the country.

The Sentencing Project works to advance a fair criminal justice system by reforming sentencing policy that disproportionately impacts Black communities, addressing racial disparities and practices, and advocating for alternatives to incarceration and prisons.

Here’s a list of 7 Movies To Learn More About Racism And Black History.