Our team is committed to listening and amplifying Black voices. We are responding to the call to action to doing anything we can to bring an end anti-Black racism. While we will never truly understand the weight that Black lives have carried and continue to carry, it is imperative that we all take time to read, listen, and use our voices to stand up for what is right.

At DoubleShot Creative, we believe Black lives matter.

Today, we are sharing the resources our team is finding helpful to learn more about what we can do to actively participate in creating an anti-racist future.

We are committed to doing the work now and always. If you have additional resources you would like to share with our community, please add them to the comments below.

Organizations to donate to:

  • Black Lives Matter — Network to bring justice, healing, and freedom to Black people across the globe
  • Campaign Zero ­– Organization focused on policy-based solutions to end police brutality
  • Color of Change — Racial justice organization

Articles to read:

Podcasts to listen to:

Instagram accounts to follow:

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In an essay for the New York Times, acclaimed professor, award-winning author, and director of the Antiracist Research & Policy Center, @ibramxk dove into the topic of how to combat racism: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “No one becomes “not racist,” despite a tendency by Americans to identify themselves that way. We can only strive to be “anti-racist” on a daily basis, to continually rededicate ourselves to the lifelong task of overcoming our country’s racist heritage. We learn early the racist notion that white people have more because they are more; that people of color have less because they are less. I had internalized this worldview by my high school graduation, seeing myself and my race as less than other people and blaming other blacks for racial inequities. To build a nation of equal opportunity for everyone, we need to dismantle this spurious legacy of our common upbringing.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In order to do this, we have to educate ourselves. We can learn about covert white supremacy, follow organizations leading the way for racial equity and justice, watch films, listen to podcasts, and read books. This doesn’t need to be seen as a chore, but can instead be seen as an opportunity — an opportunity to better understand ourselves, love our neighbors, and become the change we wish to see. #AntiRacism #BecomeGoodNews @goodgoodgoodco ⠀⠀ — Link to resources in @goodgoodgoodco bio

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Netflix shows to watch:

  • 13th — Ava DuVernay
  • Dear White People — Justin Simien
  • See You Yesterday — Stefon Bristol

Books to read:

Support Black-owned bookstores when you buy your books!

Resources for non-Black parents: