Brown Page Content 1 Social Justice ResourcesAdVANCING RACIAL EQUITY DURING THE TIME OF COVID-19During this time of tragedy, anger and upheaval following the death of George Floyd, many in our community are seeking ways to advance social justice and racial equity, and protest police brutality. The COVID-19 pandemic has made the situation more troubling and complex. The below resources have been curated by staff, faculty and students at the Brown School who want to advance change, while being mindful to protect public health. Read the full June 2 message from Dean McKay on engaging during this time of crisis. Volunteer OpportunitiesThe Office of Community-Based Partnership and the Center for Social Development at the Brown School are collaborating to coordinate the Inclusive Voting: Key to Democracy Project (IVKD) Project. You are invited to participate as poll site workers on Election Day – Tuesday, November 3, 2020 – or volunteer with the National Election Protection Service. Related trainings include: Election Protection Training: Social Media on 10/24/20 at 10:00 am – 12:00 pmYou can also volunteer to be a poll worker: Apply to be a poll worker (the City of St. Louis has a shortage)State info on How to Be a Poll Worker Events of InterestThe Third Presidential Debate Watch Party will be held on 10/22/2020 at 7:30 – 9:45 pm sponsored by the same organizations above. To RSVP for the link, click on: gephardtinstitute.wustl.edu/rsvpThe Center for Diversity and Inclusion is partnering with Princeton University on an upcoming webinar, “Building your facilitator Tool Box: Honing dialogue skills to navigate pre-post-election tension.” The virtual session will be hold on October 27, 4:30 – 6:00 pm. Register here. The Two Pandemics, One Election series took an unflinching look at what's at stake this election for three Mondays before each debate. Post-Election Self-CareIt is possible that uncertainty and distress may accompany this election, both during and after an outcome is announced. We encourage everyone to make a plan to process the results and engage in any needed self-care. Also remember that participation does not end on November 3. We encourage you to continue being involved in the process, locally and nationally, throughout the election cycle. Racial Equity WorkForward Through Ferguson: Advancing Positive Change: A Toolkit for Equity and Empowerment Black Lives Matter: A Toolkit for Black Lives Matter, Healing Justice & Direct Action Debby Irving: 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building ChallengeHow Can White People Help? Racial Equity Tools: Fundamentals White People 4 Black Lives: White Anti-Racist Culture Building Toolkit Essay: Black Lives Matter, Black Power, and the Role of White Allies St. Louis' Anti-Racism Organizing Collective YWCA Program: Witnessing Whiteness YWCA: Eliminating Racism: A Call to Action Town HallW.K. Kellow Foundation: Healing in Action 2020Brown School PhD Student Flora Cohen has put together this list of resources, which includes books, podcasts, movies and resources for parents to help engage children.Specific Resources for FamiliesCNN: Sesame Street Racism Town HallUSA Today: 15 great movies for families to watch in honor of Black History Month Mother magazine: 10 Kid-Friendly Black History Movies that Tackle Racism A Mighty Girl: Offers curated selections of children's books that tackle the social topics of civil rights, discrimination, immigration, poverty and much more Activism During a Pandemic 26 Ways to Be in the Struggle Beyond the StreetsACLU: How to Protest in a PandemicCrowd Counting Consortium: Collective Action & Dissent Under COVID Article: Social movements in times of pandemic: another world is needed Beautiful Trouble’s Guide to Activism During the Coronavirus Pandemic United States Institute of Peace: Nonviolent Action in the Time of Coronavirus ACLU: Know Your Rights: Protesters' RightsAmnesty International: Safety During Protest Ruckus Society: Action Strategy: a how-to guideNational Lawyers Guild: A Know Your Rights Guide for Law Enforcement EncountersFor International Students WashU FAQ for International Students About Protests/ProtestingAdvocacy and Social MediaMobilize: Resources for organizing during COVID-19 Media Justice: Defend Our Movements in the Time of COVID-19Campaign Bootcamp: ResourcesMove On: Campaign Guide IssueLab: Click Here for Change: Your Guide to E-Advocacy Revolution How to Influence Your Close Circles Union of Concerned Scientists: Power Mapping Your Way to Success Training for Change: One-on-One MeetingsSystemic Change Paul Kivel: "Social Service or Social Change: Who Benefits from Your Work?"