Racial Trauma & BIPOC

Resources & Featured Offerings


For Black, Indigenous, People of Color and others with adverse experiences from colonization, racism, or racial injustice.


Online Resources

Cultural & Racial Trauma

Capitalism, Career & Business

Project Decolonization

Indigenous, First Nations & Native Resources

Podcasts & Interviews

Immigrants, Refugees & Undocumented Folx

Mental Health Resources for BIPOC

For People with White-Bodied Privilege

Note: When possible, I love to refer folx to our recommended reading lists on because they support your local bookstore! Many of these books are also available as Audiobooks too.

Videos & More

Jessica Pryce: To transform child welfare, take race out of the equation

Who We Are, 2022

Interweaving lecture, personal anecdotes, interviews, and shocking revelations, in WHO WE ARE — A Chronicle of Racism in America, criminal defense/civil rights lawyer Jeffery Robinson draws a stark timeline of anti-Black racism in the United States, from slavery to the modern myth of a post-racial America. 

Available on Netflix

Kizzy Lopez: The Trauma of Being Black in Foster Care

 Download Audio Only  |  Subtitles on

Sojourner Truth's "Ain't I a Woman" read by Kerry Washington

ABC10's Chris Thomas: What's wrong with saying "All Lives Matter"?

Watchmen, HBO series (2020)

First episode of series available for free streaming on HBO (no HBO subscription required)

The Hate U Give, (2018)

Film available for rental/purchase on VuduGoogle PlayAmazon Prime VideoApple iTunes, or FandangoNow

Just Mercy (2019)

Film available for rental/purchase on VuduGoogle PlayAmazon Prime VideoApple iTunes, or FandangoNow 

13th (2016)

Film available for free streaming on YouTube

Dear White People

Available on Netflix.

MIXED-ISH, ABC series, (2019-2020)

Two Seasons Available on Hulu

Anti-Racism Book Circle

Monthly on the 3rd Fridays at 10 am Central

Group members must login for the group-only Google Meet link to appear here.

Our group is small, vulnerable, dedicated, and committed to asking hard questions. Although I (Emily Ann Peterson) technically host it via my Google Meet account, there is no one leader. We all co-facilitate and hold space. The books we've read and recommend are below.

Of course, BIPOC are welcome! There is zero expectation for any black, indigenous, or person of color to 1) read any of the books, 2) support our emotional processing, or 3) explain anything to the group. We'd be honored and happy to have you! 

Bravery is ending systemic racism. Our monthly book circle exists to: hold each other accountable to the work of anti-racism, listen to our unique perspectives, and change racism starting from within ourselves first. Due to the sensitive nature of our discussions, we require new members to send an email for an invitation.

100% of this book club's membership donations go to the Black Journalists Therapy Relief Fund (BJTRF) in partnership with the International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF).

Want to join sometime? 
Send an email!

This book club is one of the best things I've been doing with the past year of my life. Reading assignments and accountability buddies continue to expand my everyday awareness of racism, my knowledge of racist structures in America, and maybe most importantly my ability to have conversations with other white people that I think might actually change something.

~Rachel Marie Schachter, book circle member since 2020

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