Public Health Resources for Understanding Environmental Racism

If you are interested in learning more about environmental racism, the following resources can help you become informed and learn how to take action.

Skin Cancer in People of Color

Researchers say Black people develop a form of melanoma that often forms on less obvious body parts, learn more here.

61 Mental Health and Substance Use Resources for the BIPOC Community

This American resource does a great job of addressing mental health and substance use in the BIPOC community.

Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community

This guide was created to discuss the impact of Racism and Discrimination on the Mental Health of our Black Communities.

Beginner Anti-Racism Guide

This guide is intended to serve as a beginner resource to brown (non-Black POC), white people and their families to deepen our anti-racism work as a community that wants to support the Black community. If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, you can start right now. Feel free to circulate this document on social media and with your friends, family, and colleagues. Document made and compiled by: A.Dasgupta, New York, NY, June 2020

Support Black-Owned Small Businesses

Black Lives Matter is affecting the world in a profound way, bringing the plight of African Americans into the limelight. Its effects are far-reaching, and it is occurring in tandem with the COVID-19 pandemic to make it even more difficult to run a successful business. On this document, Sarah has outlined the implications and demonstrated how to help Black-owned businesses out amidst the current situation, as a show of support and solidarity. Document by Sarah Davis | Updated on June 28, 2020

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