No Justice, No Peace

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This page was created as an act of gratitude for the organizations and movements who hold the courage to defend and support marginalized groups and their cultures along with acknowledging the institutional and systemic prejudice projected onto them.

Thank you for not turning a blind eye to people like myself and inspiring solidarity.

Below are resources for those who want to support, donate or need information about human rights issues in the United States and beyond, such as #StopAsianHate, #BlackLivesMatter, #StopLineThree, sources providing educational views on indigenous cultures and their risk of erasure and developing a deeper understanding of the institutional and systemic prejudice towards BIPOC and the LGBQIA+ Community.

This page will be updated with more sources for other communities facing injustice.

Stop Line 3

Follow resist_line_3 on Instagram

The link above provides information about the detrimental, environmental risks of the construction of pipeline three from Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin.

Resist Line 3 (Instagram)

Follow this Instagram to get updates regarding the water protectors along the Mississippi River. There is footage of the damage Line 3 has already done to the water supply.

How To Get Involved

This Google Doc from TikTok User @giiwedinindizhinikaaz provides a list of ways you can help, from petitions to finding a resistance camp to following indigenous-led organizations. Please provide support however you are able.

Stop Asian Hate

Anti-Asian Violence Resources

A culmination of various resources regarding anti-Asian violence and how to take action, donate, and support.

Active: Asian American Community Resource and Donation Post

A Google Doc listing resources and organizations accepting donations to support the Asian American community. Resources and organizations are listed by state. Volunteer opportunities and information about upcoming rallies and vigils are available.

Stop Asian Hate

Lists petitions to sign, donation opportunities, resources, and information on how to spread the word.

Asian Awareness Project

The Asian Awareness Project is led by a group of teenagers who not only share resources about Asian/BIPOC injustices, but also shed light on acts of cultural appropriation and racism.

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter – Resources Archive
Includes toolkits that provide information on the psychological and emotional impact of the BLM movement. Explore the rest of the site for more information. (Source:

BLM Petitions To Sign

The link above is a Google Doc of petitions you can sign (there are A LOT) and resources you can share. Feel free to copy and paste the link to share wherever you feel it’s needed. It’s consistently being updated

Dealing with Tear Gas
This Tumblr post has instructions and demonstrations on how to deal with tear gas the police have been throwing at peaceful protestors. (Source: Tumblr)

There are other methods other than the milk jug. I’ll look for them.

23 Guidelines for Journalists Who Want To Cover The Protests
Information for journalists who want to cover the truth of the protests safely and legally. (Source: Poynter)

Preparing To Protest
A general “what to do/what not to do” article for those who are preparing to protest. There are videos and inforgraphs. PLEASE BE SAFE. (Source:

Understanding Martial Law
Due to the dispatch of the National Guard, it’s important to understand what constitutes as Martial Law. What is happening currently is NOT Martial Law, but Insurrection Act of 1807. 9 News goes over their differences, but the curfews in place are already a red flag.


The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is a well-known organization for helping suicidal LGBTQ+ youth in times of crisis. If you need to talk to someone or know someone who needs help, you can call, chat, or text.

Trouble Finding Healthcare

OutCare Health will help you find the closest LGBTQ+ healthcare provider. COVID19 has made tensions run high when it comes to healthcare; all the more reason to ensure you find a reliable provider.


If you plan to join in the Black Lives Matter protests as a queer person, please read “Preparing To Protest” above.

Pride Guide

COVID19 is keeping many of us at home, but Pride is never cancelled. Do your best to keep in touch with your friends in the LGBTQ+ community by checking out GLAAD’s Pride Guide.


A film exploring the truth regarding the word “homosexual” being inserted in the Bible and how destructive this action has become to LGBTQIA+. Highly recommended for those struggling with Christian and Catholic religious trauma.

If there are additional resources you’d like to recommend or you would like to report that a source link isn’t working or is inaccurate, please send the info to my contact page.