Social Justice Resources
Living Room Conversations

It is a conversational model developed by dialogue experts in order to facilitate connection between people despite their differences, and even identify areas of common ground and shared understanding.

Within this model, they have developed over 100 conversation guides on all sorts of topics that can otherwise be tense to talk about with friends, strangers, and even loved ones of differing backgrounds and political persuasions. 

Check it out here.


Racial Identity Development Models

The attached charts summarize several frameworks that have been developed to describe stages of racial and ethnic identity development.

Most of the framework carry the same few cautions. Not every person will necessarily go through every stage in a framework. Many of the authors specifically acknowledge that the stages might also be cyclical, that people might revisit different stages at different points in their lives.

Check out the models here.


Anti-Racism Daily

Each day, this site offers an overview on current events and apply an anti-racism lens. Learn how practices embedded in our politics, criminal justice system, and workplaces enforce systemic oppression – and what you can do about it.

Click here to subscribe the the Anti-Racism daily newsletter.


Reparations

Reparations4Slavery.com is a portal for white Americans walking the path of racial healing. 

The portal provide information on all aspects of the Black-led reparations movement plus links to a variety of planning tools and resources – simple strategies to help white families engage in meaningful repair.

 

Articles/Resources Shared on Listserv
Black Men Talk About COVID19, Racism and White Supremacy

Video on Conversations with Al McFarlane featuring psychologists from MPA!


 

Here's how to crush the virus until the vaccines arrive

NYT Op-Ed by Michael T. Osterholm & Neel Kashkari


 

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's speech on the condemnation of sexism and abuse of women

Youtube video


Authentic relationships and repair: The invisible line in the sand
Articles Written by MPA Students
I can't believe we have to say this... but trans people deserve healthcare!

By Milo Due, MA & Quincy Guinadi

Read the article here


Finding balance in an unbalanced world.

By Dante Williams, MA

Read the article here.


Grief from the perspective of an international student

By Quincy Guinadi

Read the article here.


Being a student of color (SOC) in the age of COVID-19

By David Van Engen, MA

Read the article here.