Google Docs has become a powerful tool to organize the resistance during the #BlackLivesMatters protests that started after the murder of George Floyd. One example is the document Resources for Accountability and Actions for Black Lives, which is a guide on how to support victims of police brutality. Facebook and Twitter can help to ring the alarm, but with Google Docs, one can share "from lists of books on racism to templates for letters to family members and representatives to lists of funds and resources that are accepting donations."

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