|Radical Optimist Collective Onesheet
|The Radical Optimist Collective is a circle of practitioners from a wide diversity of backgrounds and areas of expertise who are achieving our goals through shared work and shared experiences.
|The More Up Campus
|More Up seeks to participate in the current national reckoning around race by finding creative ways to honor the voiceless, the minimized, and the ignored.
|The Little Book of Transformative Community Conferencing: A Hopeful, Practical Approach to Dialogue (Justice and Peace building)
|Dr. David Anderson Hooker's book is valuable and timely to mediators, restorative justice practitioners, community organizers, as well as leaders of peace building and change efforts.
|The Legacy Museum and Memorial, Equal Justice Initiative
|Montgomery's Legacy Museum offers an immersive experience with cutting-edge technology, world-class art, and critically important scholarship about American history, with a focus on the legacy of slavery.
|Resmaa Menakem: Teaching Embodied Anti-Racism
|Somatic Abolitionism is living, embodied anti-racist practice and cultural building —a way of being in the world —and human bodies respecting, honoring, and resonating with other human bodies.
|The Racial Healing Handbook, Dr. Anneliese A. Singh
|The racial healing handbook offers practical activities to help you challenge privilege, confront systemic racism, and engage in collective healing.
|Outdoor Tour Journal
|The mission of the Outdoor Tour Journal is to encourage people all over the world to tap into the healing and empowering influences within ourselves, our communities and the Great Outdoors.
|Seeing Whiteness for Anti-Racist Action Overview
|Seeing Whiteness for Anti-Racist Action offers a learning circle experience that creates space for the practice of noticing racial stress, conversation, and care.
|Breaking cultures of silence: Learnings from a participatory community-centred approach to leveraging and researching documentaries for social change
|This article offers new learnings and recommended practices for documentary-centred grassroots engagement and social change research. These learnings were developed through a community engagement effort in 2020 that centred around a documentary film about racial violence and injustice, Always in Season.