There are few organizations that specifically address sexual assault at historically black colleges and universities, particularly those that provide direct survivor support. End Rape on Campus has been actively attempting to include HBCUs and its students in campus activism against sexual violence. In its efforts to be more inclusive, EROC has developed partnerships with organizations to properly address sexual violence at HBCUs in order to better serve the community.
Civil and human rights organization engaged in progressive research, historical documentation, support movement building and organize on social justice issues steeped in the struggles of Black women within their communities and within dominant culture.
National organization dedicated to improving the health and wellness of US Black women and girls – physically, emotionally and financially. Has a program called My Sister’s Keeper that provides young women resources and tools to: Elevate the conversation about sexual health and domestic violence. Advocate for policies that keep women safe. Mobilize women around reproductive rights
An activist member-based organization of Black 18-35 year olds, focused on transformative leadership development, direct action organizing, advocacy and education using a Black queer feminist lens.
Network of over 2000 radical lawyers, law students, and legal workers of color committed to building the power of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Utilizes social media as a dynamic platform from which to highlight the ways our laws and legal institutions expands or limits the rights and social justice aspirations of people and communities.
An online resource and networking guide for male survivors and allies. Offers international guides and resources in Spanish.
Provides resources and educational information about sexual violence against males. Offers healing resources and links survivors to find online support and mental health professional services.
The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people, including people living with HIV/AIDS. NBJC’s mission is to end racism, homophobia, and LGBTQ bias and stigma. As America’s leading national Black LGBTQ civil rights organization focused on federal public policy, NBJC has accepted the charge to lead Black families in strengthening the bonds and bridging the gaps between the movements for racial justice and LGBTQ equality.
A grassroots funded global initiative created to offer opportunities for trans people of color.
Ujima: The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community
Mobilizes the community to respond to and end domestic violence, sexual and community violence in the Black community. Through research, public awareness, community engagement, and resource development, Ujima serve as a resource to survivors of violence, advocates and service providers, and the community-at-large.