Donate to Black Liberation

Words of solidarity are not enough. Donate to Black Liberation Organizations. Find and Support Local Black Organizations in Your Community beyond this list!

Updated: 6/1/2020


Abolitionist Law Center:

Artists of Color Emergency Fund

The Bail Project

BAJI (Black Alliance for Just Immigration):

BLMP (Black LGBTQ Migrant Project):

Black Lives Matter Global Chapter

BYP 100 (Black Youth Project 100):

Marsha P. Johnson Institute:

The Movement for Black Lives

UndocuBlack Network:


Tuscon Second Chance Community Bail Fund:


Los Angeles Peoples City Freedom Fund:


Colorado Freedom Fund:


Atlanta Bail Fund:

I Run With Maud:

Atlanta Homeless Black Trans Women Fund:


Chicago Community Bail Fund:


Louisville Community Bail Fund:


Bail Fund:


Bond for Sha’Teina El Grady:

Detroit Justice Center:


Minnesota Freedom Fund: 

  • UPDATE 5/29 2:49pm, MFF asking for donations to also be directed to other orgs listed below!! They have received a flood of support, please share the wealth!!! (not saying stop donating to them)”

Reclaim the Block:

Black Visions Collective:

Northstar Health Collective (Medical Donation):

  • UPDATE 6/1 Northstar asking for donations to be directed to other orgs as they have more than enough! They have received a flood of support, please share the wealth!!!”

MN Healing Justice Network/Spiral Collective (long haul care, ongoing trauma response, immediate funds to healers on site at Cup Foods and Moon Palace Medic Relief): AND

Unicorn Riot (on the ground independent & radical coverage)

Lake St Council (help clean and rebuild lake st. businesses):

Women for Political Change Mutual Aid Fund

Divine Natural Ancestry (free food for the people, local farm led by Black womxn)

George Floyd Family/Memorial Fund:

New York:

Brooklyn Bail Fund:

Free Them All 2020:

New York City Bail Out Fund:

Venmo: NYC@bailoutnycmay

Cash App: $bailoutnycmay

North Carolina:

Charlotte Uprising:


Columbus Freedom Fund:


PDX Protest Bail Fund:


1Hood Media:

True T:

PearlArts Studio:

Dreams of Hope:

SisTers PGH:

Bukit Bail Fund:

Philadelphia Community Bail Fund:


Memphis Bail Out Fund:

Nashville Community Bail Fund:


Restoring Justice- Houston:


Richmond Community Bail Fund:


Northwest Community Bail Fund:

Black Lives Seattle Bail Fund:


Justice for David Dungay Junior


Regis Korchinski-Paquet Memorial Fund

Thank you to Elliott Jerome Brown Jr, Joy-Marie Thompson, Mervyn Marcano and Zun Lee for sharing resources and contributing to links compiled above. Links will be updated and added periodically.

#LimitlessAfricans - Book Out Oct 11, 2019

When I was 18 years old, during a trip to Nigeria for Christmas, I was put through a series of exorcisms to “drive the gay devil out of me”. This experience would change my life forever. I spiraled into depression and anxiety in the months that followed, and by chance, six months later I got a camera. Photography would quickly become my voice at a moment when I felt completely voiceless.

Photography gave me the power to imagine new worlds and realities where I could just - be - and to create universes and dream-scapes where marginalized people are free and complete individuals.

After college I began work on #LimitlessAfricans, and returned to the core of my experience as an LGBTQ African person that had initiated my passion for the photographic medium. Over the course of 6 years, I would photograph and interview over 50 LGBTQ African immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers in 10 countries across North America, the Caribbean and Europe - working through imagery and text to try and debunk the myth that it is “un-African” to be LGBTQ. To create worlds and images where we are accepted and free.

It has been a difficult but incredibly healing few years and now, 10 years after picking up a camera, I have my first book of photography ‘Limitless Africans’, releasing on Oct 11, 2019 - National Coming Out Day.

I am so grateful to all of you for your support navigating this artistic and incredibly personal journey for me over the last few years! Thank you, it really means the world to me and I’m excited for you all to see the book!

Limited Edition Release. Preorder #LimitlessAfricans book through the link below:

My NYC Debut - Sept 17, 2019

I am so happy to share that my series, Infinite Essence, will be exhibited at the Ford Foundation Gallery in their ”Utopian Imagination” show this fall, curated by Jaishri Abichandani. Free and open to the public, this showcase will be my New York City debut!

My work will be exhibited alongside artists including Yinka Shonibare CBE, Firelei Báez, Juliana Huxtable, Lola Flash and more. I will be in attendance at the opening, and I hope to see some of you there!

Details are below:

Exhibition Opening: September 17, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
On View: September 17 – December 7, 2019
Ford Foundation Gallery
320 E 43rd St, New York, NY

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