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Jun 3, 2020

Black Lives Matter: Our continuing commitment

We call for everyone to contribute to the fight in support of Black communities everywhere with meaningful action.

We call for everyone to contribute to the fight in support of Black communities everywhere with meaningful action.

We stand in solidarity with the Black community. We stand against the systematic racism and historic oppression of black people that is violently upheld across the globe. We commit to continuously learn, reflect and take action on racial inequality, hatred and abuses of all kinds. This includes consistently creating space for these urgent conversations within our company, upholding marginalised voices on all our platforms, and facilitating a truly inclusive and safe space on our app. This work is never complete.

Our Support team continues to be available if you encounter any racism or targeted harassment on Feeld. We take this extremely seriously and do not tolerate any form of discrimination or racism on our platform. Please contact [email protected] so we can investigate further.


We also believe that the above is the bare minimum. We commit to taking meaningful action and have begun by donating £5000 to the LGBT Freedom fund, the Homeless Black Trans Women fund, the Belly Mujinga fund and the collective of 70+ community bail and mutual aid funds.

We urge our members, partners and industry peers who are in a position to do so to donate to the following funds and sign the petitions below. We have also added a list of resources and reading material, which bears on the present moment. We will keep expanding it, if there is anything you'd like us to add, please DM us on our Twitter or Instagram.


Sign Justice for Tony McDade

Sign Willie Simmons

Sign Belly Mujinga

More petitions







Donate to the LGBTQ Freedom fund

Donate to the Homeless Black Trans Women fund

Donate to the Belly Mujinga fund

Donate to the Black Visions Collective fund

Donate to The Bail Project


Black critical reading list including Amiri Baraka, Aimé Césaire, Saidiya Hartman, Sylvia Wynter, Assata Shakur, Kara Keeling, Pope L and many others (via @sarahtai)

If you have any suggestions for other funds and resources we should add, please DM us on any of our social channels. 

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