Racial Equity and Cultural Diversity Toolkits

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Confronting White Nationalism in Schools Toolkit 

Produced by Western States Center

Americans across the country report a rise in white nationalism and other bigoted extremism. Because schools are hubs of our communities, they have become battlegrounds for extremist organizing and recruitment sites for white nationalist groups targeting young people. In this toolkit, we’ll share strategies to counter white nationalist organizing through sample scenarios that schools frequently encounter. 


Culture is Prevention: Postcards Series

Produced by the National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC and the National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC

Practicing one's culture promotes well-being. In this series, we explore how Latinx and Native people use cultural elements such as community pride, family, spirituality, and resiliency to live safe, happy, and healthy lives.


Equity in Mental Health Framework

Produced by The Jed Foundation and The Steve Fund

This toolkit was developed to help provide additional resources, tips, and support to implement the recommendations outlined in the EMH Framework for providers. 


Indigenizing Love: A Toolkit for Native Youth to Build Inclusion

Produced by Western State Center

In response to requests from American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth, Western States Center partnered with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, the Center for Native American Youth, and Native Youth Leadership Alliance to develop a resource toolkit for and with young Native leaders.

Indigenizing Love is written to support Native youth, tribal communities, Two-Spirit and Native LGBTQIA+ collectives, community leaders, and partners who intend to better understand and support our Two-Spirit and LGBTQIA+ communities.


Racial Trauma Toolkit

Produced by Boston College, Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture

In this era when accounts, videos, and images of multiple police killings of African-Americans are more widely circulated in various media than ever before, communities of color may experience post-trauma symptoms. The Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture has released a toolkit for managing symptoms at #racialtraumaisreal which is available to download.


Toolkit: Healing In The Face Of Cultural Trauma

Produced by the Community Healing Network

This toolkit was developed by and for people of African ancestry, for self-care, family-care, and community care. It is designed to comfort and inspire people of African ancestry in these difficult times.