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Resources related to Black Lives Matter and Racial Trauma:

Black Lives Matter Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma

Tips For Self-Care: When Police Brutality Has You Questioning Humanity and Social Media Is Enough:

Emotionally Restorative Self-Care for People of Color:

The Road to Resilience:

9 things you can do to help end racism:

How to Be an Anti-Racism Activist:

Self-Care for people of color after emotional and psychological trauma:

101 Ways to Take Care of Yourself when the World Feels Overwhelming:

Racial Trauma:

Psychological Toll of Racism:

Psychological Impact of Traumatic News:

Impact of Racial Trauma on African Americans:

Advice for White Individuals Following a Shooting of a Black Individual:

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism:

How White People can be Allies:

Teaching and Discussion resources about Ferguson, Black Lives Matter, Racism:

Teaching about Ferguson, Do's and Don'ts:

Black Lives Matter:

Understand your own biases by taking an implicit bias test. Dialogue about your results with someone you care about and can encourage you to challenge these biases:

#StayWoke surveys your strengths and interests to connect you with activism opportunities.

Resources related to the Orlando Mass Shootings:

Poem by Katrina Kenison: When the Going Gets Tough... (Click to view original post)

National Resources:

Gatherings being organized regarding the Orlando Shootings:

The Trevor Helpline- Suicide prevention helpline for LGBTQ Youth:1-866-4UTREVOR (1-866-488-7386)

Trans Lifeline- Suicide prevention helpline for trans youth, staffed by trans individuals: (877) 565-8860

GLBT National Youth Talkline: 1-800-246-7743

Support for LatinX Communities:


Online Resources

CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers:

GLAAD Statement on massacre in Orlando:

Trevor Project Statement:

Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity Statement:

Managing Your Distress in the Aftermath of a Shooting by American Psychological Association:

Coping in the Aftermath of a Shooting by American Counseling Association:

From the CDC on Coping:

The Road to Resilience by the American Psychological Association:

From the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, Resources on Mass Violence:


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