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Anti-Racism Resources

Team Kuvio

One of the core principles at Kuvio has always been a steadfast commitment to diversity and inclusion, to helping those who are often overlooked. We stand in solidarity against the systematic racism and injustice that has been allowed to go unchecked in our country for so long. 

The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many others that don’t make the headlines are unacceptable. The historic and continuous oppression of black communities across America cannot be allowed to stand. To be silent in a time of such blatant injustice is to be complicit in the conservation of a system that fails so many people on a daily basis.

Our team recognizes that we may have not done enough to combat racial injustice in the past. We need to learn and do better.

We have compiled a list of resources and steps you can take to help work towards a more inclusive future for everyone.


Black Lives Matter Fund

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Reclaim the Block

Black Visions Collective


Campaign Zero

George Floyd Memorial Fund

Donate to Bail Funds

Donate With No Money

Educate Yourself and Others


Buy from local, black-owned bookstores if you can! 

Me and White Supremacy- Layla E. Saad

The New Jim Crow- Michelle Alexander

So You Want To Talk About Race- Ijeoma Oluo

They Can’t Kill Us All- Wesley Lowery

Your Silence Will Not Protect You- Audre Lorde

Beloved- Toni Morrison

How to Be Anti-Racist- Ibram X. Kendi

The Souls of Black Folk- W.E.B. Du Bois

Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundation of a Movement- Angela Davis

Road Map for Revolutionaries- Elisa Camahort Page,Carolyn Gerin, and Jaima Wilson



13th (Netflix)

I Am Not Your Negro

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (PBS)

The Black Power Mixtape (PBS)

Freedom Riders (PBS)

LA 92 (Netflix)

The Central Park Five


When They See Us (Netflix)

Dear White People (Netflix)

Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children (HBO)

Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas (HBO

Feature Films


The Hate you Give 

Fruitvale Station

Queen & Slim 

Malcom X

If Beale Street Could Talk


About Race

Code Switch by NPR

1619 by NYT

Intersectionality Matters

Pod Save the People

The Diversity Gap 

Bound for Justice

Dear White Women

Atlanta Monster

Sign Petitions

Raise the Degree

Justice for George Floyd

Demand Justice for George Floyd

Charge the Officers

Justice for Breonna Taylor

Disbarment of George E. Barnhill

Defund the Minneapolis Police

Pass the Hands Up Act

National Action Against Police Brutality

Support Black Owned Businesses

77 Black-Owned Businesses to Support Right Now

Black-Owned Businesses to Support—Now & Always

Find & Support Black-Owned Businesses With These Apps & Websites

A Directory of Black-Owned Design Businesses to Support Now and Forever

Text, Call, or Email

Text “JUSTICE” To 668366

Text “FLOYD” To 55156

Get in contact with the District Attorney and Minneapolis Mayor. Leave a message for them DEMANDING that 4 officers including Derek Chauvin (Badge #1087) and Tou Thao (Badge #7162) be arrested for the Murder of George Floyd.

Minneapolis Mayor’s Office, Jacob Frey. - (612) 673-2100

Minneapolis District Attorney, Mike Freeman - (612) 348-5550 or email:

Minneapolis PD E-Mails:,,

Internal Affairs Number: - 612-673-3074

Email template

Text “ENOUGH” To 55156

Breonna Taylor was murdered in her house by police who raided the wrong house and was shot 8 times while she was sleeping. Call or email the Louisville Mayor’s office and demand that the officers involved be charged!

Louisville Mayor, Greg Fischer - (502) 574-2003

Template for U.S. residents to inquire into how the police are trained in your city

If there is a resource you would like to have added to this list, please reach out to us on Twitter, @KuvioCreative. 

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