Club 93.7 is observing Blackout Tuesday to honor the memory of George Floyd, and stand against racism and inequality in America.

Our social media pages will be silent today as well as our personalities on air, but we will continue working to engage our listeners.

This has been a tragic time for most of us with so many unbelievable events taking place before us. The pandemic and the floods were already ravaging most of us in Michigan when George FLoyd was murdered by Minneapolis Police. The outrage that his murder caused was too much for us to take right now. The emotional stress most of us are already under is only amplified if you are a person of color. The anger, confusion, and array of emotions that we all feel right now can be overwhelming.

Blackout Tuesday started as the music industry's response to the racial injustice in America going on right now, but I think many will use it as a day of emotional healing.

However you spend the day today, please realize that you are not dealing with this alone.

If you would like to help, you can donate to any of the causes below. If you don't have the financial means to donate, you can volunteer with the Flint Black Lives Matter organization.

You can also just take a moment to talk to friends and family about what is really going on in our country with racism and social injustice. A simple conversation can be the spark that ignites change.

  • Donate to the family of George Floyd here.
  • Fight for Breonna Taylor HERE.

  • Help the family of Ahmaud Arbery HERE.

  • Want to help protesters? Donate to one or more community bail funds HERE.

  • Visit Movement For Black Lives for additional ways you can help the cause.

  • Want to connect with leaders building grass roots campaigns? Click HERE.

  • Are you an ally and want to learn more? Here are some anti-racism resources.



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