Get involved and support us to help eradicate racism
We want to strengthen social and racial relationships in Britain and the wider world by improving the way we interact and embrace our differences rather than seeing skin in shades scaled on value from White down to Black. You can help lead the way by joining a collective force, a strong group of supporters, doers and helpers to directly support the development of black lives matter and work to systematically remove barriers that has previously denied inclusivity and to open up access and opportunities to black and brown people as it should be.
How you can help
BLACKLIVESMATTER.UK is only able to impact the negative effects of racism and uplift the lives of black and brown people with your support. Whether it’s through sponsoring a nominated group, services, campaign, through a donation your support is the difference between breaking silence on remain in silence. We believe silence is no longer an option.
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Do you have a skill that would be useful to BLACKLIVESMATTER.UK?
Such as graphic design, photography, videography or support with delivering training, speaker, spokesperson, able to design and produce useful material about racism, and would like to support the work we do? Get in touch to discuss how you can get involved.
BLACKLIVESMATTER.UK wants to be able to positively impact and uplift as many black and brown lives lives as possible so that as many young black and brown people receive equity and equal opportunities. If you can introduce more people to BLACKLIVESMATTER.UK and or to working partners, associates that would be great. Maybe you have space fro a young person to apply to be an apprentices, internships, work experience. Maybe a corporate company you know may be able to support the work we do and want to get on board, to be involved with black lives matter please contact us!
Our core beliefs
- We work as a non-partisan, non-political platform, however believe in the principle of a democracy and is a practice that can work to effect the change society wants and needs, however we need to create an environment and society where black people feel included enough as a value part of society and that their right to vote actually counts
- Young people have great potential if given the opportunity to shape the present and that will define the future
- Change can only exists when all the theory, all the talk and commissioned reports translate into practical and physical action.
EQUALITY: We must have the courage to stand up and speak, have the humility to sit down and listen and to do what is right, and not to walk away in to the dark of the light.
RACIAL JUSTICE: Is when non-white people receive fair treatment, equitable opportunities and outcomes. Where systemic and systematic racism no longer exist based on the colour of the human skin.
BREAK SILENCE: We must all have the courage to stand up and speak out against racism, be able to sit down and listen and be strong when it’s not easy and uncomfortable. Do our best to understand what if may be like to stand in someone else’s shoes, believe their heartfelt truth, feel their pain as if it was yours to bear and carry, see through the eyes of the people in front of you telling their story, and know racism is real.
COLLABORATION: To be committed to work together, acknowledge what you already know – that black people are treated differently from white people and if you don’t know put in the work to educate yourself then recognise black people cannot do it alone it takes a whole society to change its unfair, unjust, discriminatory, systemic and systematic culture of racism and it starts and can end with you.
Disclaimer: We are NEITHER associated or affiliated with @ukblm, registered (Sep 2020) with FCA under the name 'Black Liberation Movement UK' nor are will affiliated to BLM USA and or any other political group, party here in the UK or abroad.
We stand together in solidarity with all citizens in seeking and demanding equal human rights, racial equality, social and criminal justice equal to all citizens. We are operating as a non-partisan, non-political, non-violence, unifying arm of the Black Lives Matter Movement in Britain, United Kingdom. We are not a member of nor connected with any political party.