Black Lives Matter

As this country is standing in a civil rights movement, its important we contribute to being a part of the change and gaining equality, justice, and, peace for Black people. Below are some resources to help the Black Lives Matter movement.

Justice For Breonna Taylor

Breonna Taylor was a 26-year-old African-American emergency medical technician who was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police Department officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove on March 13, 2020 while she was in her own home.

Contact and donate

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer: Demands for justice can be made by calling Fischer's office at (502) 574-2003 or by filling out the contact form on his site.

Special Prosecutor, Attorney General Daniel Cameron: Call 502-696-5300 or e-mail

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear: Call 502-564-2611

Jefferson County Commonwealth's Attorney Thomas Wine: Call 502-595-2300 or e-mail


Petition for her family:                                                              Community Bail Fund for Protestors in Louisville:

Black Lives Matter Resources

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Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

A Guide for Black Women

Life-Saving Mental Health and Substance Abuse Resources

Addiction and Mental Health Resources for Asian American students

Educational Resources

Educational and historical Books about being Black:

Black educational T.V Shows and Movies:

Black Artists and creatives

Black Artists Network and Dialogue:

Black Art Futures Fund:

Harlem Arts Alliance:

Black Artists + Designers Guild: