BLM Activism – Things You Can Do
BLM Resources for Protesting
Independent Journalism for the Protests
Part library, part digital, SUNU Studies is an educational supplement to SUNU Journal that serves as a means to decentralize + democratize education concerning Pan-African culture, politics, society, economy and art.
Readings about identity politics and marginalized identities (Black and indigenous people, gender, the oppression of women, masculinity, sexuality, disability and historical cultural literature.)
Resources Regarding Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Impact of Oppression on Mental Health
Comprehensive Antiracism Packet
Resources for ‘allys‘.
These resources can help guide or start conversations about racism, discrimination, and prejudice.
What are the impacts of policing on health outcomes?
- Police Killings of Unarmed Black Americans Affect Mental Health of Black Community – Penn Medicine
- Addressing Law Enforcement Violence as a Public Health Issue – APHA
- Evidence Brief: Health Equity Implications of Police Violence – UNC Medicine
- Police Brutality Increases Mistrust in Medical Institutions Among Black Community, Negatively Affects Population Health – Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
What can the future look like?
- A Practical Guide to Defunding the Police – Rolling Stone
- What a World Without Cops Would Look Like – Mother Jones
- Minneapolis Public Schools Voted To End Its Contract With The City’s Police – Buzzfeed News
- How to Support the Struggle Against Police Brutality – The Cut
- Reformist reforms vs. abolitionist steps in policing – Prison Culture
- The End of Policing – BOOK
What is the purpose of the police? How does that role manifest in their interactions with white people and black people / people of color?
- Policing in the US is not about enforcing law. It’s about enforcing white supremacy – The Guardian
- Police “Reform” has failed – The Nation
- Police Do Not Have a Constitutional Duty to Protect People – The New York Times
- Police Created to Control Working Class and Poor People, Not ‘Serve and Protect – In These Times
- The racist roots of American policing: From slave patrols to traffic stops – The Conversation
Black Mental Health Resources
Black Mental Health
Race, Racism, & Mental Health Resources