Insider Envy Solidarity

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At Insider Envy, we stand in solidarity with the Black community in the fight against racism and oppression. 

We acknowledge that recent events are heartbreaking and overwhelming, and as the nation is hurting, we also know that there are many things that need to be done to create lasting change.

Do you want to help out but are unsure of what you can do? This is a list that the team at Insider Envy has found helpful in centering our thoughts and directing our actions to support the cause. 

Donate to the following organizations:

Black Futures Lab

Campaign Zero

Center for Policing Equity

Movement For Black Lives

National Black Justice Coalition

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Nationwide Bail Fund

Learn from these resources:


  • Anti-racism reading list This is a curated list of books to read to learn more about anti-racism and how to be anti-racist. (Your purchase through the link also supports local independent bookstores.)
  • Michelle Kim is the co-founder & CEO of Awaken, an organization that leads workshops on diversity, equity, and inclusion. You can read some of her writings through this link.
  • Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice This article lists out actionable items people can take immediately and more continuously to support racial justice, and is continuously updated to ensure accuracy (especially on points related to recent events and contacting your representatives about legislation!)
  • Being Antiracist is an article by Angela Davis on how to commit to being anti racist in all aspects of our lives. There are also questions at the end of the article to help you reflect on your experiences and process your thoughts. 
  • Allyship actions for Asians is an article (also has a Korean translation available) that specifically addresses the anti-Blackness in Asian/Asian-American communities and lists actionable items and resources on how to show up for the Black community.

Educators on Social Media

  • Rachel Cargle is an academic, educator, and activist who explores the intersection between race and womanhood. Many of her materials are made accessible through her Instagram account posts and additional link out in her bio 
  • The Conscious Kid provides parenting and educational resources on critical race theory. They post information on their social media channel and you can also get more resources supporting them through Patreon. 
  • Liz Kleinrock is an anti-bias educator and consultant who received Teaching Tolerance’s 2018 Award for Excellence in Teaching. She posts information on social media and also offers additional resources on Patreon. 


  • Phillip Atiba Goff Watch justice scientist Dr. Phillip Atiba Goff’s TED talk on his work with the Center for Policing Equity, a research and action think tank that uses a data-driven approach to help police departments identify racial gaps in their policing in order to eliminate them.  

The fight for racial equity is a long road, and we hope that these resources have helped you find actions you can take in the shorter as well as longer term. As an organization and as individuals, we can all work together to make a continued difference. 

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