33 Resources that have Impacted this Black woman
Updated: Oct 1
Note: To those that follow me on Instagram, you will notice that I posted on my story about starting to get back into posting on the blog. However, with everything that is going on right now, I am just not there yet. My heart is hurting every single day and I am tired — exhausted. The posts I had lined up will be on hiatus until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
CONTENT WARNING: This post will mention death, I will leave it to your discretion to continue reading.
Good Morning Lovelies,
I am hoping everyone is doing well and taking care of themselves right now. And if not, I implore you to do so, we all deserve to shower ourselves with some TLC. Personally, with the demands of online courses, and the overwhelming accumulation of grief, I am struggling to be still and protect my peace — baby steps, baby steps.
With the influx of support and media attention concerning the countless, senseless murders of Black lives, I wanted to share with everyone some of the organizations/resources that have shaped my journey as a Black woman. First and foremost, it is not an extensive one (I wanted to add more) as I did not want to exhaust myself even more. Moreover, this list that I look towards, centres the voices of Black people or illustrates Anti-Black racism in education. I hope anyone can find support and gain knowledge through the organizations/resources.
In case anyone wanted to keep the list, I added a PDF file as well down below.
Let me know down below some of y’all foundational resources/organizations? Whether they are Black organizations, resources for Anti-Black/Indigenous education, movies, books etc. I cannot wait to see the recommendations.
Stay safe, stay well (especially, Black women)