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A guide for how to actively engage in and support the Black Lives Matter Movement

 

In the wake of the continued acts of racism and violence targeting the black community, one of our student leaders curated a directory of additional resources and opportunities for how we all can be accomplices in the fight for racial justice.

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Know your rights training

 

This training was curated by the Central Coast Coalition for Undocumented Student Success to educate all folks on their rights when confronted by the police. Given current events the training has been enhanced to include protest information.

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Free self-healing resource for Black folks

 

This is a collection of resources to help start or continue your self-healing practice, with a wide range of tools. It is centered on the healing of black and POC folks.

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Healing Justice Podcast

 

This Podcast features sound healer and community organizer Bea Anderson in conversation about liberating our voices to speak up, overcome silence, and heal.

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Black Emotional And Mental (BEAM) Health Collective

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective

 

BEAM organization with information on mental health training, toolkits and a directory of licensed Black therapists who can provide online services.

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Report Anti-Asian, Anti-Asian American Prejudice

 

There has been an increase in racism and xenophobia towards Asian/ Asian-American people across the country related to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Cross Cultural Centers oppose and denounce all acts of prejudice and racism. This website has a variety of resources and a page by the Asian American Asian Pacific Islander Civil Rights Organization to report bias incidents. 

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Decolonizing Community Care in Response to COVID-19

 

For indigenous peoples whose ancestors were intentionally exposed to viruses, this moment can also feel triggering and bring up ancestral trauma and even distrust and disbelief. Now more than ever it is imperative to decolonize from individualism and reconnect with ways of community care.

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A message to and from AAPI's during COVID-19

 

This page centers the importance of community care during this time of crisis an uncertainty. Find strategies for staying in community and resources translated in 14 different languages from Chinese to Tagalog.

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How to Apply for Disability, Unemployment, or Family Leave

 

The California Employment Development Department waived the one week waiting period for people unemployed or disabled due to COVID-19. Learn more about the options available and how to apply.

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Draft Letter to Landlord-Rent Relief

 

Use this template to help guide you in drafting a letter to your landlord requesting rent relief during COVID-19 in which many are facing financial burden.

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POC Yoga

 

Embrace your wellbeing through a variety of free yoga videos created by and for people of color!

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Virtual Care Package 

 

Curated with love by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center this virtual care package includes poems, meditations, films, and other cultural nutrients by APEDA artists, writers, scholars.

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Quick Guide for the Central Coast Undocumented Community 

 

This guide was developed for the undocumented community to have easy access to resources and information needed during this time. Please check back frequently to the linked information as there is rapidly changing information.

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Farima’s COVID-19 Teaching/Learning/Wellness Resources

 

Dr. Farima Pour-Khorshid is a teacher educator, community organizer and critical scholar who created this guide to serve as a a communal platform for resources related to wellness, teaching, wrap around services for educators and organizers navigating COVID-19.

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