BIPOC Resources

What is BIPOC?

The term BIPOC stands for ‘Black, Indigenous, People of Color,’ it is meant to unite all people of color in the work for liberation while intentionally acknowledging that not all people of color face the same levels of injustice.

Artdose Magazine embraces equality, mutual respect, and stands in solidarity with those confronting racism. There are many groups, movements, and organizations that we can support. Here is a list of resources that we compiled to addresses advocacy, education, and organizations that support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists and individuals. 


Milwaukee Freedom Fund 

Black Lives Matter Global Network

Black Voters Matter Fund 

Wisconsin Bail Out the People Movement 

George Floyd Memorial Fund 

Justice for Breonna Taylor 

Hir Wellness Institute 

Electra Quinney Institute 

Wisconsin Pink Shawl Initiative 

Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center, Inc 

Milwaukee’s Black Businesses 

Freedom Inc 

5 Pts Art Gallery

Genesis Gallery

Sherman Phoenix

LUNA Artist Collective (Latinas Unidas en Las Artes) 

Black Art Futures Fund

Activation Residency


Bronzeville Collective

No Studios

Fanana Banana

R.A.R.A.S. (Raices Revolucionarias)

Sixty Inches From Center

Spicy Zine

Strange Fire Collective


Black Leaders Organizing for Communities

Sovereign Bodies Institute  MMIW

ACLU of Wisconsin

Ayuda Mutua MKE  

Freedom, Inc

LIT (Leaders Igniting Transformation)

Voces De La Frontera

Indigenous Environment Network 

Native Lives Matter 

Seeding Sovereignty 

Indian Hope

Native American Rights Fund

Association of Indian Affairs 


Allies in the Arts

Art Hoe Collective

Bklyn Boihood

Black Artists’ Network in Dialogue (BAND)

Black Girl Magik

Black Lives Matter Resource Compilations

Black Table Arts

Black Trans Femmes in the Arts (BTFA) 

BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity)

Black Visions Collective

Brown Art Ink

By Us For Us

Campaign Zero

Equal Justice Initiative


Sunshine Behavioral Health

Mental Health Resources for Young People of Color

Say Her Name Campaign 

Wisconsin Black Historical Society 

America’s Black Holocaust Museum

National Native American Heritage Month 

Wisconsin State Tribal Relations Initiative

Wisconsin First Nations 

Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

Wisconsin Tribal Histories 

True Skool 

African American Chamber of Commerce WI

LIT (Leaders Igniting Transformation)

Love on Black Women

Wisconsin Voices: African American Roundtable 

Blacks Who Design

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts

Arts Administrators of Color

Black Artists and Designers Guild

Campaign Zero’s “8 Can’t Wait

African Voices

Feel free to contact us if there are other resources that support the BIPOC community.

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