On June 8, a group of more than 700 workers across book and media industries, most of them junior staffers, are taking collective action to protest the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and “the many other Black lives lost to racist violence in America.”

The action includes taking a day off from work to spend “in service of the Black community: protesting, organizing, fundraising support, phone banking, mutual aid, etc.,” according to a letter shared by the group via email. The entire effort, they say, is to “speak out against racist murder, white supremacy, and racial capitalism.” Participants will donate one day’s pay to one of a number of fundraisers rounded up by the group in a Google spreadsheet and are asked to make the donation a monthly commitment, in addition to taking further action.