BLACK HISTORY MONTH
The month of February is the annual observance and celebration of Black/African-American/Afro-Caribbean History. Although the societal contributions of this group should be celebrated year-round, we at Ethical Side Effects want to bring awareness by dedicating the entirety of our donations received in February 2023 to a non-profit organization focused on decreasing racial-based mental health disparities, Black Mental Health Alliance. If you want to find out more about some other fantastic organizations supporting Black health, wellness, education, and leadership, scroll away on this page and continue to support the cause! Want to learn more about Black History Month? Click here.
One of the largest civil rights organizations that have fought tirelessly to dismantle racism, fight for issues that affect the Black community, and ensure that Black lives are a priority in all spaces in 2022.
TMCF provides valuable mentorship, internships, and scholarships to students at HBCUs in order to promote academic and career success throughout their time in college and beyond.
PolicyLink works towards promoting justice and equity for Black individuals through fostering federal projects aimed at improving educational outcomes, ensuring fair housing, and providing mentorship
The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting the basic human rights of Black individuals
Through their various educational and activism programs, The Brotherhood Sister Sol organization aims to help youth develop the critical understanding of Black and Latinx history and identity in America.