We invite you to donate to The Institute for the Study of Sport, Society & Social Change, SJSU and help to create a scholarship for BIPOC female-identified women and girls in sport.
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ATHLETE ACTIVISM RESOURCES
- Read Olympic athlete Gwendolyn Barry’s “Sports, Politics, Protest—and the Olympics” letter here.
- Wyomia Tyus Track Legend & Actions in the ’68 Olympics
- Buy Tigerbelle, The Wyomia Tyus Story
- Maya Moore & Athletes in Action; Follow @MayaMoore
- Join the Maya Moore Academy
- Ibtihaj Muhammad: U.S. Olympic athlete and change agent
- Support the Brenda Villa Foundation for increasing water safety and expanding diversity in aquatic sports
- Girls Leading Girls, a non profit that trains girls and women in leadership through soccer
- Inspire Girls Football
- Join the Women’s Sports Foundation Equity Project. Sign the Equity Pledge here
- Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp https://kaepernick7.com/
- Black Girls Swim and Black Kids Swim
- We Coach Sports: dedicated to the recruitment, advancement, and retention of women coaches
- Global Sports Matters: Black Athlete Activism
- Public Books: Black Athletes, Black Activism
- Talking About Race, National Museum of African American History & Culture
- San Jose Public Library #BlackLivesMatter Reading list
- AAM: “Racism, Unrest, and The Role of the Museum Field”Black Museums Directory
- Harrassment Intervention Training
- Support Assatasdaughters , a Black woman-led, young person-directed organization rooted in the Black Radical Tradition
- Support @SeeBlack Women
- United We Dream, The Largest Immigrant Youth-Led Network
- Equal Justice Initiative: Led by Bryan Stevenson
- Stand with Standing Rock
ANTI-RACISM RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
BLACK LED LGBTQIA ORGANIZATIONS AND TRANS ORGANIZATIONS
A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans, and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color center for community organizing, focusing on the New York City area. Through mobilization, education and capacity-building, we work for community wellness and progressive social and economic justice. Donate here.
Community-led funding initiative to support grassroots trans justice groups run by and for trans people. Donate here.
Builds power of black trans and queer people to force systemic divestment from the prison industrial complex and invest in community support. Donate here.
Working to end the black HIV epidemic through policy, advocacy, and high-quality direct HIV services. Donate here.
The world’s first-ever legally recognized trans district, which aims to stabilize and economically empower the trans community. Donate here.
Posts bail for LGBTQ people held in jail or immigrant detention and raises awareness of epidemic of LGBTQ overincarceration. Donate here.
Creating safe transformative spaces for community to heal and nurturing them into tomorrow’s leaders, focusing on trans women of color in the south. Donate here.
Works to end criminalization of LGBTQ youth in New Orleans to build a safer and more just community. Donate here.
A group of transgender, gender variant, and intersex people—inside and outside of prisons, jails and detention centers—creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom. Donate here.
Collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by black trans people by bringing home-cooked meals and resources to the community. Donate here.
A mutual-aid project developed in order to help provide Black transgender women with the financial resources needed to be able to self-determine safer alternatives to travel, where women feel less likely to experience verbal harassment or physical harm. Donate here.
Helping exclusively Black Trans, non-cisgender AND/OR Intersex individuals with funding/fundraising and also sexual education to live their best life.
TWOCC’s Visibility Campaigns serves as a vehicle to raise awareness of the lived experiences of transwomen of color.
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.
The Marsha P. Johnson Institute (MPJI) protects and defends the human rights of Black transgender people.
ADDITIONAL LGBTQI+ SERVICES
- Outright Project: Human rights for LGBTIQ people everywhere
- Billy DeFrank LGBTQ+ Community Center, San José
- The Audre Lorde Project
- Lyon-Martin Health Services, San Francisco
- The Trevor Project
- Gender Justice LA
- The LGBTQ Youth Space
- PFLAG San Jose
- Transfamily Support Group of Santa Clara County
- Gender Spectrum
- Family Acceptance Project
- Somos Familia
- API Family Pride