BLM Recommended Reading List
The CJCL recently curated a Black Lives Matter Recommended Reading List, compiling anti-racist and diversity-focused resources—in both print and multimedia—for both adults and children. The print portion includes Kids Reading (All Ages), BlackAuthored Fiction, Non-Fiction, Criminal and Racial Justice, and Cultural Competency. The multimedia resources include Kid-Friendly Online Content, Podcasts, Blogs, Movies (Fiction and Documentary) and TV Streaming.
Black-led Resources for Mental Health
A list of anti-racism resources that include self-care, mental health, well-being, mindfulness, and other healing resources.
UndocuBlack Network created a space for currently and formerly undocumented Black immigrants to access resources that will help them thrive.
Free Black Therapy
A 501c3 Nonprofit Organization dedicated to providing remote mental health services with Black Mental Health professionals for Black and African American individuals. Absolutely FREE.
Therapy for Black girls
Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the
mental wellness of Black women and girls.
Mental Health Resources for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)
Within this section of the guide, you will find mental health resources for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color). Consistent with the Guide’s mission to provide timely mental health resources, we highlight a range of resources that may be useful to BIPOC-identifying individuals seeking support for mental health concerns and/or coping with race-related stressors, whether current and/or historical, as well as those hoping to share available resources to their patients.
Central Valley Healing Collective
A union of healers, advocates, and community leaders in the central valley region of California who have come together to identify and mobilize the healing assets in the region, in order to benefit rural communities which are often excluded from high quality & holistic emotional, mental and spiritual care. The collective hosts free public healing clinics throughout the region from Merced down to Bakersfield.
Support Black-Owned Businesses: 181 Places to Start Online
Supporting Black-owned businesses helps provide much-needed stability to business owners that have been hard hit by the pandemic. And you’re laying a foundation to continue to support Black businesses long after the crisis is over.