How You Can Help From Anywhere

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser commissioned 16th Street N.W. near the White House to be painted with the words “Black Lives Matter,” and renamed the nearby street, “Black Lives Matter Plaza.”

If you would like to help the Black Lives Matter movement but don’t know how, or are not able to contribute financially, a group of thoughtful YouTubers have created monetized videos that directly support affiliated organizations — all you need to do is stream.

According to Tone Deaf, Zoe Amira created the first video (below) — an hour-long clip comprising music, poetry, and art from black artists. One-hundred percent of the advertising revenue will be donated to various organizations offering bail funds, financial support for families affected by police brutality, and advocacy groups.

In order for the video to be profitable, you must disable ad-blocker and keep the video volume on (you can mute the tab though, to keep it running in the background).

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