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CHARITIES AGAINST RACISM©
Including non-registered charitable causes and concerns
"Black Lives Matter is simple and clear in its phrase as a conceptual unit and statement - Black Lives Matter - and is an unowned global collection consisting of ideas, grassroots initiatives and shared interest of many and various concerns calling out anti-black racism, inequalities and social injustices.
We are fundamentally a human rights concern. We believe racism transcends politics.
We believe Black lives matter, Black lives must matter, and we use our platform to tirelessly works to educate, include and call upon each citizens to help play their part in eliminating racism from society and all our lives."
Power in Solidarity - Builds Racial Harmony & Unity!
Support and donate to keep the movement to racial equality and for Black and Brown lives to matter equal to White lives.
Black Advocates for Children (BAC) Project runs over a 52 week period, 3 hours per day, and 5 days per week working with Black children, parents and teachers within Schools.
Supporting students ages of 9-13 year’s – School yrs. 5-6 primary school during these important transitional years and years 7-8 secondary. BAC Project is currently active in the boroughs of Croydon, Lewisham and Bromley. The project will allow Black Advocates for Children (BAC) facilitators to advocate and be a voice for young participants and their parents to, helping them navigate where it’s felt conscious/unconscious bias may exists within the school educational system and society at large, and to also support teachers to recognise the potential of biases existing when dealing with children of colour in contrast to their peers with similar behaviour and conduct but are White. And then question, to question themselves, before exclusion and even post exclusion on reflection if the sanction of exclusion is/was appropriate and or disproportionate to children of black and brown skin colour that is likely and unequal to children of white skin.
The aims and objective is to support students first and teachers in turn to reduce exclusions and the transfer to PRU’s, which makes young black children vulnerable and exposed to groomers and potential harm, criminal activity and victims of violence, sometime these victims can become perpetrators of crime after negative experiences, grooming by others who do not have their best interest at heart.
To create and support a positive and productive relationships between teachers and students and the ultimate outcome of reducing sanctions and goal of zero exclusions in establishments, increasing qualifications, participation and achievements.
To maintain and keep black students in mainstream school will serve to increase future job opportunities, productivity and good mental health and importantly for black children to enjoy their school experiences to the fullest extent, that remains in memory for a lifetime.
The BAC Project is seeking funds for 2022-23
Charities Coming Out!
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We're our as anti-racist!
Charity against racism
Speaking up and speaking out!
We're actively anti-racist
Building bridges to support our brothers and sisters -
Black Lives Matter
Co-partnering with Charities, Charitable causes and concerns working to change the way we work, the way we treat people and treat each other in business as well as society.
Charities against Racism supports and recognise Charites and Charitable Causes who choose to come out and support each other in business, in the community, in society, are actively anti-racist and work to do better in levelling up Black and Brown people to the level they should be up to today has be denied, in communities, in society.
Charity begins closer to home; Charity is in our name and begins with us - Playing our part in changing the old structures for a new anti-racism landscape and a better and fairer world!
Copartnering and collaborating to change the way we treat people of colour in business, in education, in society and genuine force for the rest of the world to follow.