Anti-racism and Healing Racial Trauma Resources
List of things white people can do for racial justice:
Local organizations to get involved with and support:
Books white people should read:
The Ally + Accomplice Meditation for White People:
Dr. Candice Nicole is a counseling psychologist who created this meditation to contribute to the Movement for Black Lives. Originally creating a meditation titled "Black Lives Matter Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma," Dr. Nicole knew that she would also like to "create a complimentary meditation for White people who would like to partner in liberation with Black people. Partnering allows us reach the goal of healing and liberation in a more loving and unified manner, but to be an ally requires an anti-racist mindset. In our current world, that requires a daily practice of meditation on Whiteness and the value and humanity of Black people."
To learn more and listen to the "Ally + Accomplice Meditation for Cultivation an Anti-Racist Mindset", click here.
Books, blogs, and information written and created by Dr. Kniffley:
"What is Racial Trauma?" (video)
What is Racial Trauma Therapy?--"Treating Race based stress and trauma" (video)
Having conversations with culturally different people?--"Meeting in the Middle" (TED Talk)
To learn more about Dr. Kniffley, click here.
Collective Care Center--Racial Trauma Clinic in Louisville, KY
News interviews conducted by Dr. Kniffley on racial trauma therapy
Resources from Dr. Hargons:
The Center for Healing Racial Trauma offers workshops to mental health, education, religious, non-profit and for profit businesses organizations for the prevention of racial trauma, which includes topics such as “Cultivating an anti-racist mindset” and “Having Courageous conversations.”