Supporting social justice: places you can donate

Distress signal

Property is intended to serve life, and no matter how much we surround it with rights and respect, it has no personal being. It is part of the earth man walks on. It is not man.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Everyone at The Palace supports nonviolent pathways to racial and social justice. There are many organizations in this country who are working every day to listen, witness, and act to reduce suffering and bring about social justice. Racism, hate, and cruelty are dividing and destroying our country. We can reverse these divisions by finding ways to learn more and get involved. These are a few of our favorite organizations (on this sad day, and week, of protest and mourning). Look after one another.

George Floyd Memorial Fund
The Innocence Project
Black Visions Collective
The Southern Poverty Law Center
The King Center
American Civil Liberties Union

Martin Luther King Jr. marching 28 March 1963
Photo from History in HD/Smithsonian Channel (used by permission)

photo credits
(where not otherwise credited)

“Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” / photograph from “History in HD/The Smithsonian Channel,” used by permission
“American Flag in distress” / photo & design done by GP using Canva