From the Marshall Project. This resource provides a guide to complicated legal terms related to the attack on the U.S. Capitol in easy to understand language
This podcast/article describes different types of of intimate partner violence and how to support a loved one who may be in an abusive relationship.
An interview with disability justice activist, attorney, educator, community organizer, scholar, speaker and consultant on disability justice, racial justice and mutual aid.
Provides historical context on the insurrection on January 6 2021.
An NBC news article and list of resources to support Asian American, Pacific Islander communities.
This is a pod-cast and article of an interview by Ezra Klein of The NY Times of Dr. Nadine eBurke Harris on the impact of trauma in general and the trauma of Covid 19 on children and adults. They discuss lesson’s from her work in California.
Lists and descriptions of lesson plans and resources for teachers and parents to discuss the U.S. Capitol attack with students and children.
A Facebook group for educations to discuss challenges and ideas for hosting difficult conversations after violent, traumatic or difficult events.
Resources for educators and parents to discuss and respond to the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.
This article describes ways teachers can recognize their students strengths and help to build resilience.
Article describing how a 6 year old was handcuffed and arrested after having a tantrum at school. This articles mentions the school to prision pipeline
Resources from Mind/Shift at KQED to help adults talk to children about the riots at the U.S Capitol honestly, sensitively and appropriate to their development.
This article provides adults tips for how to talk about and normalize disability with children.
Describes ideas for holding conversations after national/global crisis.
News article discussing how public libraries are adopting trauma informed practices
Article describing how some recipients need to repay the cost of the health care paid for under Medicaid
CA will launch universal screenings of adverse childhood experiences and childhood trauma across state
Provides an easy to understand description of the nature of the 25th Amendment.
Describes the risk educators face in working with students who have experienced trauma and how to reduce those risks
Links to resources collected by The NY Times to support teaching and learning about the attack on the U.S. Capitol.
This paper describes Sawn Ginwright’s work on Healing Centered Engagement as the as an evolution from trauma informed care.
This article describes the history of the Disability Rights Movement and the connection between racial justice and disability justice.
Brief article describing trauma in the lives of the direct care workforce and what to do about it.
A description of the diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in Oregon’s statewide trauma-informed care collaborative effort.
This news article describes the new amendment in Violence Against Women Act.
This article describes a bill called the HCBS Access Act that would eliminate the waiting list for Home and Community Based Services funded by Medicaid.
From the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Provides a description of polls of those in the U.S. on opinions related to attack on the U.S. Capitol.
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