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Standing in Solidarity, Listening to Our Community

The Albright-Knox unequivocally supports the fight for civil rights; the struggle for racial and social equity; and the right for people to live free from fear of violence, discrimination, and hate speech.

Systemic racial discrimination, bias, and prejudice need immediate, substantive action. We join our community in demanding justice and accountability for all those who have been impacted by racist policies, actions, and rhetoric.

We stand in solidarity with protesters, activists, and people from all walks of life who are committed to combating racism in all its forms. We are dedicated as an institution to addressing our own biases, listening to and learning from our community, and supporting the advancement of civil rights. Black Lives Matter. Stop Asian Hate.

Please share your thoughts about how we can better serve our community.

Local Resources

African American Cultural Center
African Heritage Food Co-op
The Belle Center
Buffalo Center for Health Equity
Community Action Organization of WNY
Durham’s Maternal Stress-Free Zone
Feed Buffalo
International Institute of Buffalo
Journey’s End Refugee Services
Locust Street Art
Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center
National Federation for Just Communities of WNY
PUSH Buffalo
Showing Up for Racial Justice - Buffalo
West Side Community Services

National Resources

Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Black Futures Lab
Black Lives Matter
Black Table Arts
Black Women's Blueprint
Color of Change
For Freedoms
The Movement for Black Lives
Showing Up for Racial Justice

Mental Health Resources

Asian Mental Health Collective
Black Mental Health Matters
Erie County Anti-Stigma Coalition
Horizon Health Services 
Mental Health Advocates of WNY
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

Addiction and Substance Abuse Resources

Just Tell One
Save the Michaels of the World, Inc.
Alcohol Help

Other Resources

National Museum of African American History and Culture “Talking About Race” Web Portal
Smithsonian Institution: Standing Together Against Hate
Racial Equity Tools
Show Up: Your Guide to Bystander Intervention (PDF)
What Is a Protest? (PDF) (An art activity for kids by artist Julia Bottoms)

Living Documents

Anti-Racism Resources
Black Buffalo Businesses
Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources

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