Black Lives Matter Resources

Black Lives MatterBelow is a non-exhaustive list of resources that we have compiled to help you find different ways to support and become educated in the Black Lives Matter movement. We will be updating this list regularly. If you are aware of further resources not included here, please contact the Warrior Cross Cultural Center via email at wccc@csustan.edu.

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Campus Resources


Stan State Black Student Union

Stan State Black Student Union
promotes activities of common interest,
cultural and educational benefits for the
African American student body.

Learn MoreInstagram: @stanstatebsu
Email: stanstatebsu@gmail.com

Psychological Counseling Services

Our mission is to maintain and enhance
students' psychological, emotional, and
relational wellbeing. PCS facilitates a
successful experience in academic and
social realms for students at Stanislaus State.

Black Faculty & Staff Association

BFSA was re-established at Stan State
to provide for solidarity and fellowship
in the community of academics,
administrators and staff of African
descent. We aim to promote awareness
and advocacy of equal access for Black
faculty and staff; and advise, support,
counsel, and assist Black students.
For more information, please contact
Neisha Rhodes via email at nrhodes@csustan.edu 
or visit our site below.

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Undocumented Student Services

The mission of the Undocumented
Student Services is to build campus
culture that acknowledges, accepts, and
integrates students from diverse
backgrounds regardless of their
immigration status.

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StanCares Team

The mission of the StanCares Team is to
promote a safe and productive learning,
living and working environment by
addressing the needs of students
through coordination and assessment of
information and developing a supportive
plan.

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center is a fully
accredited outpatient clinic that provides
primary medical care, health education,
wellness promotion, and disease
prevention. Our facility is housed in the
Health Center Building and is equipped
with eight up-to-date examination rooms,
a pharmacy, a clinical laboratory, a minor
surgery room, and an infirmary (short
stay) room. The Student Health Center is
funded solely by CSU Stanislaus students
through a mandatory student health fee.


Video Resources

Community Resources


Color of Change

Color of Change is the nation’s largest
online racial justice organization. We help
people respond effectively to injustice in
the world around us. As a national online
force driven by more than 1.5 million
members, we move decision-makers in
corporations and government to create a
more human and less hostile world for
Black people in America.

Marsha P. Johnson Institute

The Marsha P. Johnson Institute (MPJI)
protects and defends the human rights of
black transgender people. We do this by
organizing, advocating, creating an
intentional community to heal,
developing transformative leadership,
and promoting our collective power.

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc
is a global organization in the US, UK,
and Canada, whose mission is to
eradicate white supremacy and build local
power to intervene in violence inflicted on
Black communities by the state and
vigilantes. By combating and countering
acts of violence, creating space for
Black imagination and innovation,
and centering Black joy, we are winning
immediate improvements in our lives.

Campaign ZERO

Campaign ZERO was developed with
contributions from activists, protesters
and researchers across the nation. This
data-informed platform presents
comprehensive solutions to end police
violence in America. It integrates
community demands and policy
recommendations from research
organizations and President Obama's
Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
Together, we will win.

Official George Floyd Memorial Fund
 

Unicorn Riot

Unicorn Riot is a decentralized,
educational 501(c)(3) non-profit
media organization of artists and
journalists. Our work is dedicated to
exposing root causes of dynamic
social and environmental issues
through amplifying stories and
exploring sustainable alternatives in
today’s globalized world.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

The mission of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored People
(NAACP) is to secure the political,
educational, social, and economic
equality of rights in order to eliminate
race-based discrimination and ensure
the health and well-being of all
persons.

NAACP Modesto/Stanislaus Branch
Unit 1048

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Stand With Breonna Taylor

She and her family deserve justice
—Join us in this fight and
#StandWithBre!

UndocuBlack Network

The UndocuBlack Network (UBN) is
a multigenerational network of
currently and formerly
undocumented Black people that
fosters community, facilitates access
to resources, and contributes to
transforming the realities of our
people, so we are thriving and living
our fullest lives.

Black Visions Collective

BLVC is an organization dedicated to
Black liberation and to collective liberation,
we need a radical and ongoing investment
in our own healing. By claiming love for
our own bodies, our own psyches, our own
experiences, and by building the
resources we need to integrate healing
justice into all that we do, we are insisting
on conditions that can carry us towards
the next generation of work, and towards
a deeper place of freedom for all of us.

Reclaim the Block

Reclaim the Block began in 2018 and
organizes Minneapolis community and city
council members to move money from the
police department into other areas of the
city’s budget that truly promote community
health and safety. We believe health, safety
and resiliency exist without police of any kind.
We organize around policies that strengthen
community-led safety initiatives and reduce
reliance on police departments. We do not
believe that increased regulation of or public
engagement with the police will lead to safer
communities, as community testimony and
documented police conduct suggest
otherwise.

Minnesota Freedom Fund

The Minnesota Freedom Fund pays
criminal bail and immigration bond for
those who cannot afford to as we seek
to end discriminatory, coercive, and
oppressive jailing.

American Civil Liberties Union

Everyone has basic rights under the U.S.
Constitution and civil rights laws. Learn more
here about what your rights are, how to
exercise them, and what to do when your
rights are violated.

 

LGBTQ Freedom Fund

The Freedom Fund posts bail to secure
the safety and liberty of people in jail and
immigration detention. We work to build a
critical mass against the mass detention
of LGBTQ individuals.

Equal Justice Initiative

Equal Justice Initiative is committed
to ending mass incarceration and 
excessive punishment in the United States,
to challenge racial and economic injustice,
and to protecting basic human rights for
the most vulnerable people in American
society.

 

National Urban League

The National Urban League is a historic
civil rights organization dedicated to
economic empowerment in order to
elevate the standard of living in
historically underserved urban
communities.

Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

BAJI educates and engages African
American and black immigrant
communities to organize and advocate
for racial, social and economic justice.
Local BAJI Organizing Committees in
New York, Georgia, California and
Arizona build coalitions and initiate
campaigns among communities to
push for racial justice.

The Okra Project

The Okra Project is a collective that
seeks to address the global crisis faced
by Black Trans people by bringing home
cooked, healthy, and culturally specific
meals and resources to Black Trans
people wherever we can reach them.


Notice:
Please note that the Warrior Cross Cultural Center is not affiliated with, nor does it explicitly endorse, any of the advocacy groups, hotlines, or organizations listed here. This list is intended only to inform students of resources available to them in the broader community. This list is not comprehensive. If you are aware of further resources not included here, please contact the Warrior Cross Cultural Center at wccc@csustan.edu.