Community Resources For This Week

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Black Women's Resistance Toolkit in the Era of Trump
This collection of resources was compiled by the staff and members of Black Women's Blueprint. Click here to see the full list of resources.

#TeachingTheDisaster
A compilation of resources for teaching after this election, put together by Anthropology prof. Zoe Wool and her colleagues at Rice Universit can all be found on Savage Minds, click here to access the full list of resources.

Resources for Surviving a Trump Presidency
Compiled by Dr. Farhana Sultana of the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. This is a living document being updated that provides resources for any and everyone living in the US, click here to access the full list of resources. 

#GrabYourWallet Trump Family Boycott
Created by Shannon Coulter, this is a list of businesses who sell Trump products. Coulter provides a script for reaching out to companies and is continually updating based on companies who stop supporting Trump and his racism, homophobia, sexism, islamaphobia etc. Click here to access the full list.

Concrete Suggestions in Preparation for 2017 by Demographic
This list is Spanish/English living document compiled and moderated by Kara Hurvitz, an attorney and advocate based out of Boston. It has received contributions from attorneys, other professionals, and lay people all over the country. In light of its collaborative nature and the contributions of many non-attorneys, nothing in this document should be construed as official legal advice or the formation of an attorney-client relationship. Note: There is a high volume of traffic on this page so it may take a few tries to load. Click here for list of suggestions and resources.

What A Trump Administration Could Mean for LGBTQ Rights
The Human Right Campaign’s Legal Director, Sarah Warbelow, and Government Affairs Director, David Stacy, along with HRC Senior Program Specialist, HIV Prevention & Health Equity, Noel Gordon, sat down and answered some questions. Click here for access to the video, transcript, and list of suggested resources.

#IAmNotAfraid Curriculum 
The #IAmNotAfraid curriculum is for all educators and organizers, for children and is a response to the presidential election and Donald Trump. Click here for the syllabus along with resources.

#StandingRock SyllabusThe NYC Stands for Standing Rock committee is a group of Indigenous scholars and activists, and settler/ PoC supporters. We belong and are responsible to a range of Indigenous peoples and nations, including Tlingit, Haudenosaunee, Secwepemc, St’at’imc, Creek (Muscogee), Anishinaabe, Peoria, Diné, Maya Kaqchikel, and Quechua. We have joined forces to support the Standing Rock Sioux in their continued assertion of sovereignty over their traditional territories. Click here to view the full syllabus along with accompanying texts. 


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