The Anti-Racism Photography Fundraiser Aims to Raise Funds for Black British Charities
More than 100 photographers from around the world have contributed their work.
An initiative called the Anti-Racism Photography Fundraiser has just launched and aims to raise money for three British charities that support the Black community. More than 100 photographers from around the world have contributed images from their archives to the charity sale in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The organizations that the fundraiser will support are The Black Curriculum, Black Minds Matter and Exist Loudly. “As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to lead the fight for equality, the decision to operate under the banner of Anti-Racism is a call for the creative world, and the world at large, to fight racism everywhere it exists, while empowering the organizations and charities already doing this work,” the company stated in a press release. Participating photographers include Arielle Bobb-Willis, Charles Moriarty, Christina Poku, Dave Benett, Renell Medrano, Joshua Woods, Wolfgang Tillmans, Mario Sorrenti and many more.
All proceeds, excluding production and shipping costs, will go straight to the three charities. Prints are priced at £100 GBP (approximately $125 USD) each and are now available to purchase via the fundraiser’s website until July 24.