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A Few New Resources For These Challenging Times

Go home from work if you need to, and take care of yourself.”

This was Rockwood Leadership Institute’s advice to staff after the Charlottesville white supremacist rally and counter-demonstration.

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS will benefit from Rockwood’s words of wisdom in: After Charlottesville, 5 ways nonprofits can process, heal and fight.

“What will we do as CDCs if ICE raids come looking for tenants in our affordable housing projects?”

For COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS, this is a good time to heed Gordon Chin’s advice to think of our work as a movement rather than an industry in: Trump Era a Time to Build Power, Not Buildings

“It’s time to get proactive about parenting during the Trump era…Now is not the time to tiptoe around tough topics or give your children unclear messages about your values and beliefs or the realities of what happens when bigotry and terror suddenly escalate…”

ON THE HOME AND SCHOOL FRONT, Colorlines provides wise guidance on how to address these challenges in: The Do’s and Don’ts of Talking with Kids of Color About White Supremacy.