If you want to support the Black Lives Matter but are too broke to donate, there are alternative ways to raise funds, as simple as watching some videos on YouTube.
We are living in times of change and all of us want to do our part. One of the first thoughts is to show support for organizations and movements like Black Lives Matter.
But the reality is a lot of us have been left in a position of financial difficulty after the Coronavirus pandemic costs millions of jobs and generated even more economic insecurity. Yet, even if you cannot donate right now, there are alternative ways you can support the work of Black Lives Matter financially.
All you have to do is watching videos.
Some Creators have already created monetized videos that directly support Black Lives Matter and its affiliated organizations. By streaming them, you will help generate advertising revenue that will be donated to various organizations offering bail funds, financial support for families affected by police brutality, and advocacy groups.
The first video was created by Zoe Amira. It’s an hour-long clip made of music, poetry, and art from black artists.
Before you watch, remember that you must disable your ad-blocker (if you have one) and keep the video volume on (you can mute the tab on your browser if you want) for the ads to generate revenue.
Stream the video below.
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