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Black Lives Matter


CircleUp Education 

Why Black Lives Matter To Us
A message from
Tyrone Botelho & Tiffany Hoang

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We exist to end RACISM and DISCRIMINATION 

Racism & Implicit Bias services

Introductory & Intermediate Level

Diversity Uncovered 

Implicit bias & racism


Conscious Conversations

Interrupting implicit bias by learning to "call-in"





Racism Uncovered

Leaning about racism and how to talk about it

Racism Conflict Resolution & Coaching

Conflict Resolution


Solving Intentional Racism-related Conflicts 

Assessing and resolving intentional racism conflicts and the impact it has on staff

Solving Unintentional Racism-related Conflicts 

Assess and resolve unintentional racism conflicts and the impact it has on staff

FREE Tools To Get StarteD!

FREE - Diversity Uncovered Discrimination Assessment 

Assessing and resolving intentional racism conflicts and the impact it has on staff

Free Emotional Chart & Prompts  

Assess and resolve unintentional racism conflicts and the impact it has on staff



Free 30 Minute DEI Assessment 

Enhance or start your organization's diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative. 

Additional Resources

Update - 09/08/2021 - Please note that these are resources that teachers, city employees, community members, and executives have shared with CircleUp and are intended for those who are seeking additional information, want to know where to donate, or are looking for additional information on the topic of racism and discrimination. The viewpoints, values, beliefs, and statements made by any of these organizations or documented within these resources are not necessarily those of CircleUp or our team. These are for educational purposes only. 


Where to Donate


8 Non-Monetary Acts of Support

(that work from anywhere in the world)

  1. Be actively involved in the conversations circulating social media by sharing Black experiences and Anti-racist resources to spread awareness

  2. Educate yourself beyond the hashtags (racism doesn't stop when the news stops trending)

  3. Research and learn publicly, specifically the consequences of White Privilege, Anti-Blackness, Colorblindness, Micro-Aggressions, White Supremacy, Appropriation, and silence

  4. Remember that racism and oppression aren't exclusively American problems, they happen worldwide

  5. Refrain from sharing graphic videos of Black Individuals or People of Color being murdered without warning

  6. Sign petitions and register to vote

  7. If you are a White Person, speak up (Silence is an immense privilege, one that acts in direct service to upholding the system of white supremacy)

  8. If you are a White Person, pay attention to your white experience

CircleUp Education Trainings

  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Training

  • Diversity Uncovered Training

  • Unraveling Equity

  • Margins to Center Privilege & Power

  • Conscious Conversations

  • Racism Uncovered

Books to Read

  • "Freedom Is a Constant Struggle" by Angela Davis

  • "The New Jim Crow" by Michelle Alexander

  • "Born a Crime" by Trevor Noah

  • "British Museum" by Daljit Nagra

  • "Beloved" by Toni Morrison

  • "Noname in the Streets" by James Baldwin

  • "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Mary Angelou

  • "White Fragility" by Robin Diangelo


Podcasts to Listen to


Free Resources to Read and Access

  • Template For Employer Accountability by Rachel Elizabeth Cargle (Access here)

  • "Making America White Again" by Toni Morrison (Read here)

  • "How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change" by Barack Obama (Read here)

  • "I, Too" by Langston Hughes (Read here)

  • "Why you Need to Stop Saying 'All Lives Matter" by Rachel Elizabeth Cargle (Read here)

Books to Share with Children

  • "My People" by Langston Hughes

  • "Homemade Love" by bell hooks

  • "Momma, Did You Hear the News" by Sanya Whitaker Gragg

  • "We Rise, We Resist, We Raise Our Voices" edited by Wade Hudson & Cheryl Willis Hudson

  • "Shades of Black" by Sandra L. Pinkney & Myles C. Pinkney

  • "Not My Idea" by Anastasia Higginbotham

Videos to Watch

  • 13th (Stream on Netflix)

  • If Beale Street Could Talk (Stream on Hulu)

  • I am Not Your Negro (Rent on YouTube)

  • The Hate U Give (Stream on Hulu)

  • See You Yesterday (Stream on Netflix)

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