Non-Profits I Currently Support (Updated, June 2021)

I didn’t start consistently donating to non-profits until the summer of 2020. Previously, I always had different reasons for not doing so, and I’m grateful that my will and actions finally outran my excuses. Fighting injustice comes with a cost, which could involve time, money, resources, and even relationships. I’ve researched, and continue to research, […]


Racial Justice: Economics & Employment (Updated, Sept. 2020)

Black people, Indigenous people, and People of Color continue to experience disproportionate rates of unemployment and under-employment. These dynamics contribute to higher rates, when compared with white persons, of disease, chronic health problems, homelessness, arrest, and imprisonment. No individual can achieve economic and employment success without the support of many others, known and unknown, and […]


Racial Justice: Climate Change (Updated, Sept. 2020)

Due to many intersectional injustices, Black people, Indigenous people, and People of Color are more severely impacted by catastrophic weather events and ongoing environmental shifts driven by climate change. The United States, like most industrialized countries, isn’t cutting emissions fast enough to meet the United Nation’s 2030 climate goals set forth in the 2015 Paris […]