Today, in solidarity with the black community, we have gone black on all our social media channels. In an effort to further support black lives and those seeking to support through allyship, we have compiled a list of mental health resources and other relevant resources. We hope you take the social media quiet as a time to reflect and find your journey in both the conversation, and in action.
-Arts Ed Newark
Mental Health Resources:
Allyship Resources and Places to Donate:
RACIAL JUSTICE AND EQUITY RESOURCES
Talking With Children About Racism, Police Brutality and Protests:
From Sesame Street Workshop:
HISTORY OF JUNETEENTH (Reading)
KEYNOTE ADDRESS with DR. SHAWN GINWRIGHT, PHD on a post COVID world for art educators (Video)
WHAT IS SYSTEMIC RACISM? (Video)
The Black Wellness Guide is a collection of resources promoting the advancement of mental, social and physical wellness for Black people. Compiled by Chantal Feitosa, an artist, writer and educator from Queens, NY, the guide is a one-stop shop to explore solo and collective practices of care.