Please do not hesitate to contact campus counselors if you need to talk to someone.
To contact the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA), email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letters for Black Lives Translations
For those who would like to explain the BLM Movement to their family and relatives, but struggle to find the right words in their native language.
USC Care Collective
USC Care Collective is a collection of resources, services, and mutual aid networks aimed at providing USC students from marginalized and underserved communities with the help they need to succeed.
Crisis Text Line
Text “SHARE” to 741741 for free, confidential crisis counseling.
USG & GSG Legal Counseling is now available over the phone for the summer. You may schedule an appointment here.
Black Girls Smile Resources List
Black Emotional & Mental Health Collective: Black Virtual Therapist Network
BEAM is starting an online directory of licensed Black therapists who are certified to provide telemental health services.
Here are some resources to begin educating yourself and learning more about how to get involved in anti-racist activity.
Compiled List of Ways to Help
Ways you can help!
Demand justice for George Floyd
Text “FLOYD” to 551-56 and “JUSTICE” to 6683-66 to demand justice for George Floyd.
Call Jacob Frey, Mayor of Minneapolis
Call Jacob Frey, Mayor of Minneapolis, at (612) 673-2100, and demand justice for George Floyd and the prosecution of the four officers involved.
Please consider donating to the following:
- Black Lives Matter Global Network
- Black Visions Collective — organization on the ground providing support and movement leadership in Minneapolis
- North Star Health Collective — street medics providing health care services in Minneapolis
- Reclaim the Block — community led de-militarizing movement in Minneapolis
- USC Fight Against Antiblackness
Support LA's Black-owned Restaurants
Please consider supporting the all Black-owned restaurants in Los Angeles
Black Bruins Form
Our peers at UCLA are having to deal with these circumstances, in addition to having to juggle academics amidst the ongoing pandemic. Please consider signing their form that calls on their Administration to adjust their final exam schedules.
LA Action Bail Fund
Donate to the Los Angeles Action Bail. Led by Black Lives Matter LA. Supported by White People 4 Black Lives. You will be directed to the W4PBL Act Blue page collecting donations for the effort. 100%of donations go to the fund.
Black Lives Matter - Los Angeles
#BlackLivesMatter-Los Angeles is the original chapter of the global movement built to challenge state-sanctioned violence against Black people and to vision and build a just and free society. Since 2013, BLM organizers have been doing work to disrupt systems of oppression and work vision and build the kind of world in which we want to live..
Black History Library
Guide to Allyship
Antiracist Ally Starter Pack
Resources for Minnesota and Beyond
- Article: Your Silence Aids and Abets Violent Oppression by USC Student Abeer Tijani
- Article: How to Prepare Yourself for a Protest and What to Do If You End Up in Cuffs by Derek Burnett
- Article: How to Gear Up For a Protest by Gary Mak
- Article series: The 1619 Project by The New York Times
- Article: White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh
- Article: Who Gets to Be Afraid in America? by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi
- Article: Understanding Race and Privilege by National Association of School Psychologists
- Book: So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
- Book: Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad
- Book: White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo and Michael Eric Dyson