Dear CWS Families,
Here are some resources for you to use as families to discuss the current events with your children. 

Death of George Floyd Sets Off Massive Protests

WeTeachNYC on Racism

WeTeachNYC on Civic Education

Morningside Center Teachable Moment : Listening Circle for George Floyd

Facing History and Ourselves: Bearing witness the death of George Floyd and ( Reckoning-Amidst-Pandemic and Violence and Backlash)

Teaching Tolerance: Resources on Race and Ethnicity

Anti-Defamation League: Engaging Young People in Conversations about Race and Racism

NY Times The Learning Network : A conversation about growing up black

Common Sense Media – Helping Kids Process Violence, Trauma, and Race in a World of Nonstop News

Legacies of Pain and Resilience: Clinical Implications for Understanding Historical Trauma and Race (Webinar) 

Addressing Historical Trauma (Black Boys and Men Podcast) 

Race, Racism, & Clinical Practice (Digital Resource Guide) 

How Racism Impacts those We Serve and How We Serve: Are We Meeting Participants Where They Are? (Webinar)   

Race-based Traumatic Stress and Psychological Injury (Webinar) 

Race and Trauma: The Role of Racial Trauma in Psychotherapy (Webinar) 

Race, Poverty & Trauma: Microaggressions and the Therapeutic Alliance (Webinar) 

Police Brutality & Trauma (Black Boys and Men Podcast) 

Raising Our Black Sons: A Mother’s Perspective (Black Boys and Men Podcast)

Resilience and Steps Forward (Black Boys and Men Podcast) 

The Social Determinants of Health: Connecting the Dots (Digital Resource Guide)

Identity, Bias, and Cultural Humility: Connecting to Ourselves and Others (Webinar)