Social Justice Stimulus: 2021 Stimulus Check Pledge Form
No human being is free until every single one of us is free from all forms of oppression. It is the responsibility of white people to find what our own stake is in dismantling white supremacy so that we are acting from a place of shared interest, not from a place of charity or guilt. Redistributing a portion of the wealth that is owed to communities of color and poor and working-class communities is one way to start. Mutual aid can be a form of reparations with funds being directed to meeting material needs like access to healthcare, shelter, food, or land.
If you have the income or ability and have been less impacted by COVID-19, Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice (LSURJ) asks you to pledge to donate some or all of your stimulus check to organizations providing mutual aid or emergency funds to people most affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Yes, I would like to pledge my stimulus check to support my community
I am interested in contributing all of my check (or an equivalent contribution)
I am interested in contributing part of my check
How much will you donate? (Let us know if you're donating this amount to multiple organizations, or if this is your total pledge)
Where will you donate some or all of your check? (You will be able to see the links again after you submit your pledge)
The Bail Project Louisville:
Black Lives Matter Louisville:
Independence Seekers Project:
The Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression:
La Casita Center:
Have you already donated part or all of your stimulus checks to one of these organizations?
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