We are re-evaluating how our practices reflect our values, and becoming even more clear about living our mission.
We are starting by making all of our future decisions through the lens of centering the emotional and spiritual well-being of Black and Indigenous people.
We invite you to join us. We hope this living list of resources can help give you insight into the ideas shaping our choices. And we insist that when you re-join us in person, you join us in celebrating Black joy and protecting Black & Indigenous souls and bodies, as we all work together to eradicate our internal and external anti-Blackness and dismantle white supremacist systems.
As we move forward, we’ll offer more supported learning opportunities for those just beginning this work, or those who’d like to explore these ideas in community.
This list is a living document and will be updated regularly.
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Immediate and Ongoing Action
Join Calling In Community for one of their zoom meetings focused on one hour bursts of communal action.
Support The Breathe Act, which divests our taxpayer dollars from brutal and discriminatory policing and invests in a new vision of public safety.
George Floyd Memorial Foundation: Honoring George Floyd’s life by uniting together to continue the fight for justice
Foundation: Understanding Race, Privilege, and Bias in the US
Racial Equity Tools website
The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah-Jones for the New York Times
What is Systemic Racism? Video Series
An Indigenous Persons' History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Francesca Ramsey, Decoded
Framing anti-racist work through connections of race, class, neurodiversity, disability, etc.
We follow the guidance of people and organizations who have been doing this work for many years. Read, watch and follow here:
This Land Podcast by Rebecca Nagle, about the landmark Supreme Court's ruling on the McGirt case, which upholds a long-ignored 1866 treaty giving Native sovereignty to nearly half of Eastern Oklahoma.
Red House's Not Invisible Podcast, a collection of stories gathered through interviews with the courageous Native women from around the world who are standing up to protect the planet and our future from extractive industries, corporate greed and climate change.
Indigenous Environmental Network: Indigenous Solidarity Actions in Defense of Black Lives
Audre Lourde, The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism
Ijeoma Oluo, So You Want To Talk About Race
Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Case for Reparations
Ibram X. Kendi, An Anti-Racist Reading List
Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow