65 Ways to be AntiRacist in Tacoma

by GrAdTaComa

Donate to Support Black Lives

Sign Petitions Demanding Justice

Follow Local, Black Voices

Decolonize Your Bookshelf

Please be mindful to order from Black-owned bookstores, such as,

Watch & Listen to Black Creatives

Support Local, Black-Owned Businesses

Practice Allyship

  • Check in on your Black friends, partners, and colleagues.
  • Educate yourself on what it means to be anti-racist. Google is free.
  • Share and repost resources to educate those around you. Amplify Black voices and Black stories.
  • Have the hard conversations with your friends and family so Black people don’t have to. Identify your privilege and condemn it. 
  • Hire Black creatives, communicators, lawyers, chefs – employ them all.
  • Be an ally and advocate after the outrage ends and the protests stop. Hold space for Black people who have lived this through every generation. 

Reflect on Your Privilege

  • What do you think of when you hear the term white supremacy? 
  • How does it make you feel when a person of color calls something you did or said racist? 
  • In what ways do you allow racism to persist? 
  • How can you actively be anti-racist instead of simply not racist?
  • How are you personally going to dismantle white supremacy and anti-blackness in your life? 


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