Black Out TuesdayWe Need to Do More

For #Blackouttuesday we wanted to use our time productively, as a label founded through Black culture. This isn’t just a US problem; racism is also prevalent throughout the UK and we’d like to shine a light on issues faced by the Black community. It’s our responsibility to speak out and we need to continue to do this, as well as reflect on this ourselves and how we can make an impact. We do not have the choice to stay silent.

Please speak to friends and family and be proactive in your stand against racism. We’ve included resources too to help better educate ourselves in how we can be stronger in our allyship.

We stand with the family and friends of those in the UK and US who have lost their lives to racism.


Donation links –


Runnymede Trust

Stephen Lawrence Trust

Stand up to racism

Hope not Hate

Show Racism the Red Card

Belly Mujinga’s family

Stop Hate UK


Websites / Social Media –

Movement for Black Lives -

Transform Allyship into Action -

10 Steps to Non-Optical Allyship -


Reading Lists / Articles –

Natives - Akala

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Reni Eddo-Lodge

The Good Immigrant - Nikesh Shukla

Resources for white parents to raise anti-racist children


Petitions -

Belly Mujinga 

Ahmaud Arbery 

George Floyd