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Progressive White Males Need to Speak Out About Racial Injustice

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If you want to learn more about how you can find your voice on the topic of racial injustice, here are some resources for you to check out.

First, Listen. Then, Learn: Anti-Racism Resources for White People

For white people who are interested in getting more intentional about deepening anti-racism work, the below are a list of resources to help aid in that effort. This list is by no means exhaustive. Start by picking one book, one article, or one podcast. Pick a friend to talk to about it and hold you accountable.

How to Explain Racism to Kids

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms takes questions along with CNN’s Van Jones and Erica Hill about how to combat racism, and shares a message with kids about how to make a change.

Black Mental Health Resources

This document is intended to help members of the Black community find resources for mental health support, including those experiencing violence-based trauma.

Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Racial and Ethnic Minority Youth – A Guide for Practitioners

While some racial and ethnic minority youth experience lower rates of lifetime mental health disorders, their disorders tend to have a more chronic course. Reasons for differences in mental health etiology and outcomes among youth are briefly addressed in this guide.

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