Black Lives Matter

In June, I paused from posting on my blog or social media to take time to reflect, educate myself further, and have conversations with friends, family, and people in my in-person community. We've come to a turning point of heightened awareness in our greater community of the systemic oppression that faces Black people every day in America.

I don't consider human rights to be a political matter. And I stand with the Black community. Black lives matter. I will do what I can to be the change.

Here is a list of some resources and organizations that I have found helpful in recent weeks.


Code Switch

Ten Percent Happier episodes #252-254


For Kids

Woke Homeschooling - US History Curriculum

The Every Mom booklist - books to start a conversation about race

@ainarasbookshelf on Instagram - book recommendations


Organizations to Follow and Support

Campaign Zero

Unicorn Riot

American Civil Liberties Union


Instagram Accounts to Follow

Joey Oteng: @drjotengii

Black Makers Matter: @blkmakersmatter

Social Justice Sewing Academy: @sjsacademy



The Atlantic: The Case for Reparations

The Root: A Timeline of Events that Led to the 2020 'Fed-Up'-rising


Quilt Africa Fabrics Online Show

And next week is the Quilt Africa Fabrics Online Show, July 8-11. Click over and follow the link to register for the free event.

2 thoughts on “Black Lives Matter

  1. Jazz

    Thank You SO Much! I enjoy your blog, I learn a lot from it, but I really appreciate your courage. And your humanity. (I'm concerned that you'll not be universally acclaimed for it.)

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

    1. sarah

      Post author

      Hi Jazz. Thank you for reaching out. Nothing in this post was done for acclaim, but I really appreciate your message. Thank you for visiting. :-)


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