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Portland, OR 97212

Social Justice Resources

Social Justice Resources

The Real Story of the First Thanksgiving

Bodies of Culture and Two Forms of Soul

Black Men Matter – Examining Mental Health Issues Among Black Men – A Guide To Freedom

Assisted Living for People with Mental Health Disorders

Earthrise by Amanda Gorman

Keeping Quiet by Pablo Neruda

Addiction in the BIPOC Community: Everything You Need to Know

Bury My Heart with Leonard Peltier-a message from Michael Moore

Young Black and Beautiful-a song by Chris Pierce

The Freedom of Real Apologies
Layli Long Soldier recorded interview regarding an apology from the US government to Native Peoples. On Being program.

Cultural Characteristics of White Supremacy webinar from SURJ

Closing the racial wealth gap in America

Scholarships for Black African American Students

Support Black Athletes

The Story of Nearest Green

Revolutionary Love Project—Ted Talk by Valerie Kaur

ihollaback Bystander intervention trainings

Thirdeyebag Portland based Black owned bookstore they now have a brick and mortar site at 2518 SE 33rd Ave in Portland!

Support Black Owned Businesses

Racism and Discrimination on the Mental Health of our Black Communities

Wake Up Everybody by Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes
Wake Up Everybody by Various Artists

Justice for Breonna Taylor Petition

Interview with Larry Ward, author of America’s Racial Karma

Portland Black Lives Matter Events

100 things White People Can do for Racial Justice The list continues to grow.

The Beauty of Anti-Racism—Anti-Racism Flow Charts

Michelle Cassandra Johnson Social Justice trainings.

Here is a talk by Chimamanda Zgozie, titled The Danger of a Single Story

An interview with Minneapolis-based trauma specialist Resmaa Menakem and Robin D’Angleo author of “White Fragility.
Robin D’Angelo and Resmaa Menakem in conversation

PCC Cascade Black Lives Matter Car Caravan

And something from our own Sabina Haque. If you don’t like it here, go back to your own country! a multi-media exploration of welcoming and excluding.

I say, Black Lives Matter because