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The work is not done yet: resources for activists Women

Its a lot to do. The best thing we can do now is to stay organized.

We have a list of resources for activists that you can find here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PXycuYSXUUL6GuXheJyH0UUa_jGvEs8dDToIMpH6vKM/edit?usp=sharing

If you have a resource to add to this document, please email [email protected]

Stay informed

Please note the following My block, my hood, my city, the Chicago Alliance against Racial and Political Repression and the Chicago Chapter of Black Lives Matter to stay informed about further measures.

What do you do next?

Useful next steps include support Companies on the south and west side that are affected by looting or vandalism and support the prisoners for participating in the protests.

  • Donate to the Chicago Bail Fund here: https://chicagobond.org/donate/
  • Request the release of protesters by calling the following stations:
    • Harrison and Kedzie: (312) 746-8386
    • 51 and Wentorth: (312) 747-8366
    • State and 18th: (312)745-4290
    • Larrabee: (312) 742-5870


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Our Google Doc also includes a list of organizations we can volunteer with as our struggle for justice continues. Send an email to [email protected] to add a resource.

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