By The Open Center

As Black History Month comes to a close, we understand that this is just a starting point for initiating a larger conversation about how to incorporate black history into American history 365 days a year.

Here are some resources to stay informed and active beyond the month of February.

Anti-Racism Daily: A daily newsletter founded by Nicole Cardoza offering actions and education to dismantle white supremacy. Subscribe here.

Founder, Nicole Cardoza is also the brains and brawn behind Yoga Foster, non-profit providing yoga resources, training and mats to over 100,000 students in 4,000 elementary school classrooms each year and Reclamation Ventures, a venture fund that invests in high-potential, underestimated entrepreneurs making wellness more accessible. Learn more about Nicole Cardoza and her work here:

IG: instagram.com/nicoleacardoza/

Gen/Activist: Virginia Cumberbatch and Meagan Harding, the co-founders of Rosa Rebellion, the platform for creative activism by and for women of color are launching a podcast in 2021 called Gen/activist. The podcast aims to create much needed multi-generational dialogue and makes connections between the lessons from the past and efforts to forge paths forward in the struggle for human rights for all. Check out the podcast teaser here: rosarebellion.com/podcast

Well Read Black Girl (WRBG): Well Read Black Girl is a book club dedicated to black woman writers. Founded by Glory Edim, WRBG’s goal is to introduce diverse writers to future generations – contemporary authors who are non-binary, queer, trans and disabled and to address inequalities and improve communities through reading and reflecting on the works of Black women. Join the club here.




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