It's bigger than video games.
After an absolutely disgusting display of police brutality across our country we have made a donation to the Atlanta Solidarity Fund. The Atlanta Solidarity Fund provides support for people who are arrested at protests or otherwise prosecuted for their movement involvement.
While we may all have high emotions on what is happening in our country I encourage you all to make your voices heard. Take the time to give back to your local communities, help amplify the voices of others, educate yourselves on the experiences that people of color are going through, and most importantly if you are an ally, listen. It is the responsibility of all of us to come together and make this better. The system isn't broken, it was designed this way and together we can create a new system that places focus on desperately needed police reform, health care, and removal of the systemic racism that exists in leadership throughout our country.
The most important thing you can do is get out and vote. Small elections matter. Mayors and county executives are the ones that appoint police chiefs. District and state's attorneys are the ones that decide whether or not to investigate and charge those involved in police misconduct. All of these are elected positions, we cannot just let elections happen because we are "too busy" with our lives. The people that are sneaking into these positions are counting on you to not show up and vote.
If you are looking for ways to contribute to helping bail out those that have been improperly targeted by police across the country here you go: https://www.vogue.com/