At Think Happy Live Healthy we stand against racism but that is not enough. We are committed to continuing to learn and educate ourselves so that we may support and empower everyone to listen, learn, and take action. We stand for justice and equality.
“In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.”― Angela Y. Davis
NAMI’s Statement On Recent Racist Incidents And Mental Health Resources For African Americans and Resources
Anti-racism Resources and Resources for Families to discuss race
From Katie Couric’s Wake Up Call newsletter:
Book lists for Adults and Teens
Article about Sesame Street Town Hall
Scaffolded Anti-racist Resource document- includes books, movies, articles, etc for adults and kids.
Article on how to support justice with or without protesting.
Books that explain racism and protests to kids
(broken down by age group)
Brene Brown podcast episode:
From the Smithsonian for educators, parents, etc.