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The killing of George Floyd is another catastrophic example of systemic violence, brutality and racism black people face in society. As we remember him and others alike, we are fiercely reminded of our position and responsibility to take collective action. We don't usually discuss political matters, but this is an extremely human one which requires continued support and engagement from all in society.

We have signposted a list of resources that we have found helpful over the last few days. These include local charities and black owned business to support, as well as inspirational people and podcasts that we have found enlightening as we strive to educate ourselves to be better in order to take action towards a fairer society.

Local Charities to Support

1. Stand Up to Racism UK

2. Black Thrive

3. The Wickers Charity

4. Show Racism The Red Card

5. Southall Black Sisters

6. Runnymede Trust

Buy Black - Local Businesses to Support

Pulled from Jamii UK & Directory of Black businesses available to browse on UK Black Owned Businesses

Restaurants to Support:

Who to Follow



  • Da 5 Bloods (Netflix)
  • 13th (Netflix)
  • When They See Us (Netflix)
  • Dear White People (Netflix)
  • Black Lives Matter (Amazon)
  • I am Not Your Negro (Amazon)
  • Freedom Summer (Amazon)

Artist Simon Donellon, is compiling a document of BIPOC creatives within the dance, film and wider creative community as a resource for the industry. If you would like to be included or with permission from the creative would like to suggest someone to be added, please provide name, position, contact and UK location to: BIPOCCREATIVERESOURCE@GMAIL.COM

Image: Black Lives Matter, credit: Maria Oswait

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