Many Helping Hands 365 has created a racial and social justice resource guide to:
- Deepen our knowledge and understanding of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his work and the challenges he posed for all of us.
- Help all of us discover how we each can be part of the fight to create a more just and racially equal society.
We started with Dr. Martin Luther King’s words and actions — speeches and writings, familiar and unfamiliar, (to some). And then we are listing resources for learning more about the social and racial justice problems that Dr. King wanted us all to address.
Many people are deeply involved in this work. Many have already created deep and thoughtful lists of resources – our hope is to share their work through new networks.
We will continue to gather these resources with the ongoing help of YWCA Cambridge and other community organizations, many volunteers at the 2020 MLK Day of Service, and our colleagues and friends.
Our hope is to inspire more people to find a path to create racial equity and social justice in our communities.
We humbly ask you to share your suggestions on how to strengthen this guide.