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Campus and Local Resources
Local Activities & Events
Anti-Racism Coalition of Cazenovia, N.Y.
"We seek to build a flourishing racially just and equitable community." Their mission is: "to educate ourselves and the community at large; to engage in equitable policies and practices; to dismantle systems of power, advantage, and privilege; to build a racially just and equitable community; and to transform our society and ourselves.
Black Cuse Pride
A civil rights group based in Syracuse, NY, Black Cuse Pride raises awareness of the needs and rights of Black LGBTQI+ people in Central New York. This link is to the group's Facebook page.
CNY Solidarity Coalition: Weekly Action Alerts
A calendar of events for the CNY Solidarity Coalition, a grassroots coalition of local civil rights organizations dedicated to truth, justice, and democracy for all marginalized and oppressed people.
Last Chance for Change
The organization that led the 40 days of peaceful protests in Syracuse, NY from June 1 - July 10, 2020, in response to the murder of George Floyd. This link is to the group's Facebook page.
"Rebirth SYR is committed to advocating for change in the way Black and Brown people are treated when they interact with the police." This link is to the group's Facebook page.
Skaneateles for Social Justice
"Created by young voices in Skaneateles, hoping to promote social justice platforms, conversation, & reform within the community." This link is to the group's Facebook page.
55 Mental Health Resources for People of Color
"While it’s clear that mental health is a crosscutting issue that affects all communities, providing effective services for people of color requires acknowledging and understanding their different lived realities."
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
"The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States."
The 1619 Project
Developed by The New York Times Magazine in 2019, "The 1916 Project" is an ongoing interactive project with the goal of re-examining the legacy of slavery in the United States. Created by Nikole Hannah-Jones, a reporter for The New York Times.
Anti-Racism Resources for All Ages
A project by the Augusta Baker Chair of the University of South Carolina, Dr. Nicole A. Cooke, this is an ongoing list of resources meant as "a starting point to to encourage people to do their own work and have their own hard conversations."
Black Lives Matter Voter Registration
Voter registration tool created by Black Lives Matter and Rock the Vote.
Crisis Text Line
If you are experiencing a crisis (any painful emotion and anytime you need support), text HOME to 741741 to be connected to a Crisis Counselor. The Crisis Counselor is a trained volunteer, not a professional. They can provide support, but not medical advice.