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We know that justice requires systemic change and we are committed to defending and strengthening the voices of those facing discrimination, exclusion and overt and covert racism.
Yotpo will donate $ 25,000 to six organizations advocating for the removal of institutional means by which the black community oppresses and harms: Equality Initiative. NAACP. Black living matter. Zero campaign. Bail project, i National aid package.
In addition, Yotpo has announced that we will provide up to $ 25,000 in donations from our community to these organizations – and we have managed to exceed that goal in just 48 hours! The answer was irresistible.
If you can, continue to financially support these and other organizations that are important to it. You can learn more about these organizations below; these descriptions are compiled from the websites of each organization.
Black living matter
#BlackLivesMatter was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal for the murder of Trayvon Martin. The Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc. is a global organization in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence imposed by the state and vigilantes on black communities. By combining and suppressing acts of violence, creating space for black imagination and innovation, and focusing on Black Joy, they conquer immediate improvements in their lives. Learn more about Black Lives Matter here.
The Zero Campaign is a police reform campaign. The plan consists of ten proposals, all aimed at reducing police violence: ending broken windows, using community surveillance, limiting the use of force, independent investigation and prosecution, community representation, body promotion / police recording, justice training. for police officers, ending for-profit policing, demilitarization, and promoting fair police contracts. Learn more about the Zero Campaign here.
The Equality of Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass imprisonment and excessive punishment in the United States, causing racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society. The Equality Initiative provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unjustly convicted or abused in state prisons and prisons. They challenge the death penalty and the death penalty and provide re-entry assistance to former prisoners. Learn more about the Equality Initiative here.
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate discrimination based on race and ensure the health and well-being of all persons. Their goals are as follows:
- Ensuring political, educational, social and economic equality of all citizens
- To achieve equality of rights and eliminate racial prejudice among the citizens of the United States
- Remove all obstacles to racial discrimination through democratic processes
- Seek the enactment and implementation of federal, state and local laws guaranteeing civil rights
- Inform the public about the harmful effects of racial discrimination and demand its elimination
- Educate people about their constitutional rights and take all legal action to ensure their enforcement and take any other lawful action to achieve these goals, in accordance with the NAACP Statute and this Constitution.
The National Bail Out collective is a black-led collective and abolition organizers, lawyers and community-building activists to support their people and end detention systems and eventually mass prison sentences. They are the people the cage hit. They are queer, trans, young, old and immigrants. Learn more about the National Bail here.
The National Revolving Guarantee Fund of the project guarantees free assistance with a guarantee to low-income individuals who are legally presumed innocent and whose judge is considered eligible for release prior to probation. They allow clients to return home to their families and communities while they wait their days in court. Learn more about the bail project here.
We encourage you to donate directly and consistently. There are still many ways to influence:
- Use social media to raise awareness about the work of these organizations
- Support for black owned companies
- Call and write to local representatives and request changes
- Listen and educate yourself
- Have these conversations with your family, friends and co-workers
- Create a long-term plan that you can commit to and act on every day
- Stick to responsibilities
We are deeply committed to educating and promoting anti-racism as a company and as individuals, and this is just the beginning of the actions that are taking place. To our partners, customers and the wider community – we invite you to speak up and take action.