NCC Supports Justice

Northern Clay Center stands in solidarity with our community in working toward change. We value diversity and equity and reject oppression and injustice. NCC offers its voice in unison with our entire community and commits to create space and attention for the voices of all.

Northern Clay Center is an organization, but it is only as strong or as effectual as the individuals who relentlessly contribute to its success. Thank you for helping us spread that same tireless support into our greater community.

This local community-generated Google Doc lists many ways for you to help and resources you may need. It is updated regularly.

Document compiled by @elainemargaret in May/June 2020. Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike -- CC BY-NC-SA. Inspired by the “Anti-racism resources” document compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker, Alyssa Klein in May 2020.

    Efforts to support (alphabetical)

    Groups to support (alphabetical)

    • Black Visions Collective - BLVC is committed to a long term vision in which ALL Black lives not only matter, but are able to thrive
    • CERF+ - artists' safety net, providing emergency funding
    • CTUL - to support and empower Latinx and immigrant workers and leaders
    • Million Artist Movement - a global vision and movement that believes in the role of Art in the campaign to dismantle oppressive racist systems against Black, Brown, Indigenous and disenfranchised peoples
    • Second Harvest Heartland - local food distribution organization addressing daily food security needs in the community as well as new COVID- and protest-related needs
    • World Central Kitchen - providing food security around the world 

    Education resources (alphabetical)

    Arts resources (alphabetical)

    Compiled with input from individuals and the following list:

    Resources to support the Minneapolis protests

    This is an active list. To suggest additions, email nccinfo@northernclaycenter.org.

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