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(Updated April 26, 2021) In the wake of recent racism-fueled violence – violence that echoes centuries of racist action across the nation and in Washington state – WA Charters is working to put together a list of anti-racist resources that may be helpful to our staff, community, networks, and sector.

Resources will be updated regularly. Are we missing something? Email maggie@wacharters.org.

FEATURE

STOP AAPI HATE

Live Another Day: A dual diagnosis guide written specifically for African Americans that addresses the complex issues surrounding mental illness and substance abuse.

Abolitionist Teaching Network Presents: Guide for Racial Justice & Abolitionist Social and Emotional Learning

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

FOR BLACK BROWN INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF COLOR

RESOURCE HUBS and TOOLKITS

TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF

FOR WHITE PEOPLE

RESOURCE HUBS and TOOLKITS

HISTORY, CONTEXT, and AWARENESS

Be aware of acts of racism in your community and the nation

DEI films, series, and podcasts

Important reading

Join or start a racial group, take action, have hard conversations

FOR EVERYONE

RESOURCE HUBS and TOOLKITS

HISTORY, CONTEXT, and AWARENESS

Be aware of acts of racism in your community and the nation

DEI films, series, and podcasts

Important reading

ACTIONS

Protest and support protesters.

Join or start a racial justice group, take action, have hard conversations.

Use tools to support anti-racist leadership and policy decision making.

RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN

GIVE

Support bailout of protestors in Seattle stepping up to disrupt racism.

Support other important anti-racist organizations and movements