Always Learning

This has been a few weeks of listening, learning, action, and change. We are so grateful for all of the educators and activists who have created incredible resources for us to learn from. All of these actions are starting to work, but it’s just the beginning to create the change that is needed. As people “unmute” themselves, we still need to amplify Black voices and continue to learn and take action, keep applying pressure for our government to commit to actionable change and keep speaking out for victims’ families who are still seeking justice. With that said, here are a few resources that we're currently using to self-educated ourselves on being a better ally to our Black community.

What to watch

13TH (trailer)

Dark Girls (trailer)

Whose Streets (trailer)

Green Book (trailer)

King in the Wilderness (trailer)

What to read

Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor by Layla F. Saad

So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

What to listen to

Code Switch by NPR

1619 Podcase by The New York Times

Sandy & Nora by Sandy Hudson & Nora Loreto

What for kids

We're Different, We're the Same by Bobbi Kates

Let's Talk about Race by Julius Lester

We March by Shane W. Evans