Want to learn more? Visit HUSL Library's Social Justice Guide, compiled for Howard University students and faculty as well as interested members of the public as an introduction to resources on the topics of (1) racial disparity, (2) racial diversity, (3) implicit bias and microaggression, (4) cultural sensitivity, (5) protests, and (6) access to justice.
ABA: Disaster Relief Pro Bono Portal, use this resource to find pro bono opportunities, including those helping victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Willing to volunteer pro bono legal services to individuals impacted by the coronavirus pandemic but not sure where to promote those pro bono legal services? The Legal Forum is collecting information on attorneys willing to volunteer help to pandemic victims on a pro bono basis. The coronavirus pandemic is creating a dire need for attorneys to represent clients facing eviction, foreclosure, bankruptcy, or devastating debt collection. Until the emergency subsides, The Legal Forum plans to list attorneys and law firms in their newsletter space who are willing to volunteer to represent at least a few clients on a pro bono basis.
If you can help, please send an email to The Legal Forum giving your firm’s name, the name of the contact person, email address, phone number and service you will provide, such as representation in eviction, foreclosure or bankruptcy cases. Send the emails to email@example.com with “pro bono” in the subject line. Information about the listings will be sent to media organizations throughout the Washington area. Note that in a few cases, a dramatically reduced rate might be acceptable if pro bono is not possible. If that is your reality, please list your rate in the "pro bono" email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at the Umanity app. It's described as "an online platform that anyone can use to efficiently coordinate and safely connect community needs to resources in real-time. For free." It helps communities organize and mobilize resources by mapping and matching local needs to volunteers and donations.
Eight episodic chapters allow individuals to engage with the content at their own pace. It's designed to help you understand the content, connect it to your own life and community, and think about what actions you'll take to become antiracist. This online course is freely available for the month of April with code LDR-30D-FR416.