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Anti-Racism Resources

Loretta Ross: Call in & Call out Culture

Ways to Help

Petitions to Sign - A list of petitions to sign demanding justice for Black lives.


The Bail Project - Provides free bail assistance to low-income individuals who are legally presumed innocent, and whom a judge has deemed eligible for release before trial contingent on paying bail. 

The Marsha P. Johnson Institute - Donations help employ Black trans people, build strategic campaigns, and launch winning initiatives that benefit the Black trans community.

142 Ways to Donate in Support of Black Lives & Communities of Color - NY Mag editors compiled and vetted sites to create a guide for anyone with the means and interest in donating as a form of taking action today or everyday.


Register to VoteLearn how to register to vote and find the deadlines for voter registration in your state.

State Student Voting Guides - Information by state on how your vote as a student matters and when.

Election Resources & DatesA list of primary dates as well as ballot access dates for those running for President, Senate, and House.

Smith College Campus Resources

Training for Students & EmployeesThe Office for Equity and Inclusion offers or coordinates training for students, faculty and staff, on topics ranging from workplace issues to discrimination to identity and bias.

Counseling Servicesprovides students with an opportunity to explore concerns and problems with a professional psychotherapist in a confidential setting.

Student Unity Organizations - The cultural organizations that make up the Unity umbrella serve as a network of support for their members.

Faculty & Staff Affinity Group Meetings 

Bias Response Team - The purpose of the Bias Response Team is to support the college’s efforts to maintain an inclusive campus climate by establishing a mechanism by which it responds to bias incidents. The Bias Response Team is not a mechanism for investigative or disciplinary action. However, it enables the college to track bias incidents, collect aggregate data, identify educational responses, and connect individuals affected by bias incidents with supportive resources. 

Office of Multicultural AffairsThe multicultural affairs office serves as a source of guidance and advocacy for students of color as they navigate their Smith experience.

Student Resources - a list of offices on campus to support Smith students.