10 Accounts You Should Follow To Learn More About and Support The BLM Movement

10 Accounts You Should Follow To Learn More About and Support The BLM Movement

We here at Fanola stand in solidarity with the black community to fight against racism and oppression. We will continue to listen, learn, step up, and take action against systemic racism and will use our platform to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement. We stand with those who are actively working to make a difference in society and encourage you to take action and do your part beyond the internet. To learn more about the #BlackLivesMatter movement and how you can be an anti-racist ally, we gathered a list of 10 Instagram resources:


“Official IG for the #BlackLivesMatter Global Network. BLM is a call to action & response to anti-Black racism."



“A Black, Trans, and Queer led organization in affiliation with the Black Lives Matter Global Network and the official chapter in Minnesota.”


“Collaborative platform featuring archival histories and modern-day stories from across the African diaspora.”



Parenting and Education through a Critical Race Lens. Diverse #OwnVoices Books. Black and Brown Owned"



"Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls."

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Always. @wellreadblackgirl #repost #blm

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"Creating space for black women to breathe easy.
Our vision: a world where women of color are liberated, empowered & seen."

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In the breath, there is medicine.⁣ Do not underestimate it. The breath has the capacity to move grief, attend to emotions, and witness Spirit. ⁣ ⁣ Take time to breathe tonight. For yourself and for all who cannot.⁣ ⁣ Click our bio link to (re)listen to the meditation for black women and girls everywhere created by our founder Lauren Ash, co-produced by Muhsinah, in partnership with Evelyn of the Internets. We didn’t know just how on time this would be and we’re honored to see how many of you have been playing this as a healing balm to grieve our family members these past few weeks.⁣ ⁣ Photo by Taylor S. Hunter (@goldentimetay)⁣ ⁣ #BGIO #BlackGirlInOm #BlackLivesMatter

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"A social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color, online and IRL."



“Highlighting activists who are disrupting & dismantling racism in unique ways.”


Amazing header by: @sacree_frangine

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