Help the Movement

Swan City & New Image Youth Center

As of June 13th, the remaining proceeds from our products sold will go directly to NIYC and the mission led out by Dr. Shanta Barton-Stubbs. Additionally, we are committed to dedicating our own time to volunteering with NIYC because we believe that children are our future and deserve all the opportunities that can be awarded to them. 

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Peacefully Protest

The Orlando community needs to continue to come together and show that we want justice. Protests are aimed to be peaceful and we have outlined ways to keep it that way. To stay updated on all of the local protests follow @JusticeforGeorgeOrlando.  CODE OF CONDUCT: Respect yourself, everyone else, and the memory of the victims Bring positive energy, good music, and uplifting chants No drinking or smoking No antagonizing or provoking the police No destruction of any kind No violence, only self-defense Respect the mic If you see something wrong, tell your group leader Protect yourself and everyone else PEACEFUL PROTOCOL: Wear...

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Donate to Local Organizations

Donate to Local Organizations

We will continue to update this page with local charities, black owned organizations, and more that can benefit from your donations to help fund this movement and change the future for black lives. If you know of any please send them into us using the 'Contact Us' button. New Image Youth Center (NIYC) One of the longest-serving youth organizations in the Parramore community (16 years to date), they provide a range of services to students in grades K-12, at no cost to participants. This includes academic support, social development, health and wellness, crisis intervention, and much more.  Dream Defenders - O-Town...

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Support Black Owned Businesses

Thanks to Orlando Weekly for changing their database of locations to be filtered now by black owned. See the full excerpt from their June 5th article below and use the tool by clicking here. You can also visit Black Business Orlando and the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central FL for more information. --------- We told you in March – roughly 17 million years ago, right? – about the update to our location database that allows local restaurants offering takeout, curbside pickup, online ordering and alcohol delivery to add that information to Orlando Weekly's database of locations.Now, our developers have added a host...

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