Melissa DePino and Michelle Saahene, tweeted the Starbucks video and started antiracism movement.

From Privilege to Progress

LEARN | SPEAK UP | AMPLIFY

#ShowUp Against Racism

From Privilege to Progress (P2P) is a national movement to desegregate the public conversation about racism. Started by Melissa DePino and Michelle Saahene, the women responsible for the viral video of two black men unjustly arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks, P2P calls on all Americans to join on the path to antiracism by learning, speaking up in their everyday lives and amplifying on social media. #ShowUp

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HOW CAN I #Show up?

LEARN

There are many ways to learn, but a great place to start is by following us on social media. If you are ready to take the next step, check out our favorite long reads: White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism and So You Want to Talk About Race

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SPEAK UP

When you witness racism in everyday life, speak up. Don't know what to say? Check out this guide: Responding to Everyday Bigotry from SPLC

AMPLIFY

Take an active role in desegregating our social media networks. If you're white, statistics show that your network is likely 92% white. Follow us on social media and share, and follow people of color and amplify their voices.