Now is not the time for silence.
Atelier957 was created to help women of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds look and feel their best. We cannot attain that goal as long as our systems remain broken, injustice remains widespread, and Black people live in fear.
Atelier957 stands for equality and we stand alongside those who are hurting. Our hearts have been breaking watching our communities suffer.
We know that now is not the time for "business as usual." We acknowledge that we have work to do and promise to continue to learn and listen. As a first step, we are sharing resources that we believe can help confront inequity and injustice and help rebuild the communities in Minneapolis and St. Paul that have been affected by recent events.
The mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
Established in 2011, Minnesota Voice is a member-based coalition of non-profit organizations working toward permanent change in racial, social, and economic justice by increasing civic engagement and voter participation across the state, especially focused on underrepresented communities; making sure that every Minnesotan's voice is heard, and the state reflects the values of the people.
We Love Lake Street
The Lake Street Council will donate 100% of funds to help rebuild Lake Street, starting with direct support to small businesses and nonprofits to help them rebuild their storefronts, reopen their businesses and serve our neighborhoods.
Du Nord Riot Recovery Fund
Du Nord Craft Spirits (a black-owned business) was one of many businesses that suffered during the riots in the aftermath of George Floyd's senseless killing. They have established a fund to support other black and brown businesses affected by the riots.
MIGIZI acts as a circle of support that nurtures the development of Native American youth in order to unleash their creativity and dreams - to benefit themselves, their families, and their community. The MIGIZI building in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis went up in flames during the riots that occurred in the aftermath of George Floyd's senseless killing.