The Knew Deal is committed to supporting systemic change from the ground, up. This includes policies, programs and other support that empower people in need and abolish the barriers that create inequality. Check out the organizations, individuals and information below!


Black Lives Matter
Mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted upon Black communities”

Colors of Change
We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us”

Jobs With Justice
“Campaigns that build power for working people”

Data & Society
Explores “the social implications of data- centric technologies and automation”

Economic Policy Institute
Solutions that ensure broadly shared prosperity and opportunity”

REVEAL from The Center for Investigative Reporting
“Engage and empower the public through investigative journalism and groundbreaking storytelling.”

Resources for Anti-Racist Progress

The Anti-Racist Research and Policy Center
Research and advocacy based at American University

Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ)
Organizing Group for white allies, with some local branches

Race Forward
Multidisciplinary approaches to progress and solutions for a racially just society

Reading List For White Allies

How to Be An Anti-Racist
by Ibram X Kendi

White Like Me
by Tim Wise

by Jennifer L Eberhardt PhD

Race After Technology
by Ruha Benjamin

The New Jim Crow
Michelle Alexander

More Reading
Community lead Google Doc

Video and audio Content for White Allies

Documentary by Ava Duvernay tackling the legacy of the 13th Amendment

1619 Project from New York Times
Examining the long history and enduring legacy of 400 years of racial oppression in the United States.

I Am Not Your Negro
Documentary based on the works
of James Baldwin

White Fragility Mixtape
A compilation of media from music to comedy to podcasts addressing whiteness and privilege in the US.

Code Switch
A podcast examining “the overlapping themes of race, ethnicity and culture”

More Reading, Listening and Watching
A community-compiled Google doc of news and entertainment resources and organizations