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Statement of Solidarity from the Vermont Law Review

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June 4, 2020

  Vermont Law Review stands in solidarity with the black community. We recognize the violence and injustices that our current systems perpetuate. VLR supports and encourages those who speak out and protest against racism. As future lawyers, we have the duty to act and stand against racial injustices. We encourage all to educate themselves on how to be a part of the solution. We each have a duty to support those most affected, those protesting, and those who cannot protest for their own safety. Our collective efforts can make the necessary impact. If you are able to, below is a list of Minnesota-based organizations you can donate to. Please make sure you inform yourself about these organizations or any other organization before donating:

  • Black Immigrant Collective
  • Black Table Arts
  • Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha
  • Du Nord Riot Recovery Fund
  • Isuroon
  • Little Earth Residents Association
  • Migizi Communications
  • Minnesota Healing Justice Network
  • Northside business support
  • Pimento Relief Fund
  • Powwow Grounds
  • Southside Harm Reduction
  • Spiral Collective
  • Women for Political Change
  • Unicorn Riot