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Anti-Racism Guide

Take Action

Where to Protest

Protest Safely!

Phone RecordingSafety Precautions

  • If something feels off to you, RECORD IT. Look out for anything that defeats the purpose of protesting
  • Follow the directions of Black grassroots organizers
  • Have a buddy
  • Know your rights
  • Stay safe and look out for each other

MaskWhat to Wear

  • Mask and gloves
  • Layered nondescript clothing that is of solid color and can cover identifying tattoos
  • Comfortable shoes and protection from the sun and chemical hazards
  • Tie your hair up
  • Write emergency contacts on your arm/limb

water bottleWhat to Bring

  • Water and snacks
  • Cash and ID
  • First Aid supplies and bandages
  • Protest signs

diamondWhat NOT to Bring

  • Contact lenses
  • Jewelry
  • Anything you don't want to get arrested with
  • A cell phone that doesn't have Face/Touch ID off, not in airplane mode, and data that is not disabled


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