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SOCIAL INFLUENCERS | Understanding the climate in real-time is imperative.

Stay-connected by following this list of individuals, organizations and movements committed to racial justice.



Laysha Ward on LinkedIn– Laysha Ward, EVP & Chief External Engagement Officer at Target

@tiffanyjana on Instagram– Tiffany Jana, Non-binary Awareness Artist, B Corp founder, best selling author, Bias Hunter, Top 100 Speaker, unapologetically Black, Pleasure Activist 

@violadavis on Twitter — Viola Davis, Academy-Award winning actress, philanthropist, and CEO/ Co-Founder of @JuVeeProds

@blklivesmatter on Instagram or @blklivesmatter on Twitter — BLM is an affirmation & embrace of the resistance & resilience of Black people. 

@MsPackyetti on Twitter — Brittany Packnett Cunninghamlearning in public. activist. writer. educator. Black. saved by grace.

@ckyourpriviledge on Instagram — Waking with folx on their journey to dismantle their relationship with systems of domination.

@rachel.cargle on Instagram — Rachel Cargle, building an intellectual legacy through teaching, storytelling & critical discourse

@msladyjustice1 on Twitter — Carmen Perez, President & CEO, Gathering for Justice, Founder, New York Justice League

@ibramxk on Instagram — Ibram X. KendiProf. Dir, Antiracism Center, writer for The Atlantic, NYT bestselling author  

@ellmcgirt on Twitter — Ellen McGirt, I write a newsletter on race. I fly-fish. Happy stepmom. I represent the village that raises me daily. Let’s make the world better. (she/her)

@wearyourvoice on Instagram — Wear Your Voice is a digital feminist magazine for and by LGBTQIA+ Black, Indigenous, and people of color