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BUILDING POWER, PROVIDING AID

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
388 Atlantic Ave., 4th Fl.
Brooklyn, NY 11217-1703
Btwn Hoyt & Bond Streets
718-254-8800
MXG is an established Black nationalist organization with branches in New York City and throughout the South. They are explicitly building networks of mutual aid independent of ther government and based in the African-American community.

Critical Resistance
CriticalResistance.org

CR is a community group dedicated to fighting the pernicious effects of the “prison-industrial complex.”

They are now both conducting aid work and politically challenging the criminalization of the victims. There’s a big fight coming and they’ll need our help.

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DONATE MONEY

The People’s Hurricane Fund
c/o The Young People’s Project
99 Bishop Allen Drive
Cambridge, MA 02139
A fund directed and administered by New Orleans evacuees who are organizing for community-led allocation of FEMA & Red Cross resources.

Baton Rouge Area Foundation
braf.org
The foundation’s “Hurricane Katrina Displaced Residents Fund” is seeking funds to assist with housing, food and basic necessities for hurricane refugees. A second fund, “Hurricane Katrina New Orleans Recovery Fund,” will help those who return to the greater New Orleans area get back on their feet.

New Orleans Fund
neworleansnetwork.org/donate
Set up by the League of Pissed-Off Voters, the Fund is working to build a team of media-, organizing- and advocacy-savvy New Orleans refugees who are ready to support their displaced neighbors during this crisis and to work for New Orleans to be restored in a way that includes the input of ordinary people.

NAACP Disaster Relief Efforts
naacp.org/disaster/contribute.php
4805 Mt. Hope Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215
NAACP units across the nation have begun collecting resources that will be placed on trucks and sent directly into the disaster areas. Also, the NAACP has established a disaster relief fund to accept monetary donations to aid in the relief effort.

BlackAmericaWeb.com Relief Fund
This fund has been set up by nationally syndicated radio personality Tom Joyner.

Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children
FFLIC Hurricane Relief Fund
920 Platt Street
Sulphur, LA 70663
A 5-year-old statewide grassroots organization dedicated to creating a better life for Louisiana’s youth, who are currently or at risk of being incarcerated. They are working to locate their members and to reunite children who are being released with their families and to find homes for those who have no homes to return to.

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FOOD & CLOTHES

Center for LIFE
Outreach Center
121 Saint Landry St.
Lafayette, LA 70506
attn: Minister Pamela Robinson
337-504-5374

Mohammad Mosque 65
2600 Plank Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70805
attn: Minister Andrew Muhammad
225-923-1400
225-357-3079

S.H.A.P.E. Community Center
3815 Live Oak
Houston, Texas 77004
attn: Deloyd Parker
713-521-0641