We stand in firm support of those protesting the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless other Black folks at the hands of the police. Furthermore, we support the effort towards defunding police and unequivocally condemn the rampant brutalization of those participating in direct actions. It is a part of our mission to act as a platform for marginalized perspectives, which is why we have chosen to step back and make space for Black voices during this crucial moment. Additionally, we commit to holding an internal dialogue to re-evaluate our organization and reflect on how we may better incorporate anti-racist practices into our creative process as media makers. We hope that other organizations in similar positions will join us in this commitment. And as always, thank you for reading.
We call for an end to the systemic racism that allows this culture of corruption to go unchecked and our lives to be taken. We call for a national defunding of police. We demand investment in our communities and the resources to ensure Black people not only survive, but thrive.
Black Table Arts
Gathering black communities through the arts, towards better black futures.
Unicorn Riot is a decentralized, educational 501(c)(3) non-profit media organization of artists and journalists. Our work is dedicated to exposing root causes of dynamic social and environmental issues through amplifying stories and exploring sustainable alternatives in today’s globalized world.
The Marshall Project
The Marshall Project is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization that seeks to create and sustain a sense of national urgency about the U.S. criminal justice system. We achieve this through award-winning journalism, partnerships with other news outlets and public forums. In all of our work we strive to educate and enlarge the audience of people who care about the state of criminal justice.
MIGIZI acts as a circle of support that nurtures the development of Native American youth in order to unleash their creativity and dreams – to benefit themselves, their families and community.
The Ida B. Wells Society For Investigative Reporting
The Ida B. Wells Society For Investigative Reporting is a news trade organization dedicated to increasing and retaining reporters and editors of color in the field of investigative reporting.
Take This Hammer
Produced for broadcast by the Bay Area public media outlet KQED, Take This Hammer follows author and activist James Baldwin in the spring of 1963, as he's driven around San Francisco to meet with members of the local African American community. 57 years later, not much has changed in America.
Television Delivers People
Television Delivers People is a 1973 short video made by video artist Richard Serra and Carlota Fay Schoolman. Running just short of 7 minutes in English, it is a single channel video art piece. The two artists bought some airtime to broadcast the piece to the public in 1973. Be wary of how you consume media.