Organizations and Resources
According to their website, “The 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge, LTD. is a non-profit organization through which African-American males step forward and assume roles of community leadership, responsibility and guidance. The organization serves as a catalyst to empower youth to individually and collectively reach their full potential by maximizing the resources that foster and enhance achievement in education and economic and community development.” All donations help black students reach their full potential. Click here to access the donation page!
The AACC serves to implement “educational, cultural, and social activities that acknowledge and address the needs of African American students at LSU. The Center also provides a venue for all students to learn about African American culture, heritage, and traditions. The AACC is an area reporting to the Office of Multicultural Affairs. The primary goal of the LSU AACC is to educate students, faculty, and staff about the history, culture, and the contributions of African Americans. The Center enriches the LSU community in increased knowledge sharing and understanding of the African American experience.” Click here to access the donation portal for the AACC.
Other Anti-Racism Resources
Systemic Racism Explained:
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man:
Anti-Racism Resources for White People: