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This document is meant to help you take some precaution and map how you plan on acting, engaging, or abstaining from action in November. Remember: each of us has a different risk model, meaning that we each know best what we can or can’t handle, have capacity for, or expertise on.
From Wake Forest University, this is an extensive guide on what, exactly, a community care
plan is, and how to design one for you and your communities. It includes interactive worksheets and guides on how to assess your communities’ needs, strategize safety and care plans, organize your community(ies), and do community care. Tips and tricks on how to communicate your own care needs and boundaries with your communities - A list of Wake Forest University affiliated care resources - A list of non-Wake Forest University affiliated care resources
"These guides and toolkits were developed by United We Dream and/or our partners across the country. Use them to drive local impact in your community to ensure protections and inclusivity for immigrant communities."
"Citizen Literacy is an online toolkit that promotes the development of key information skills for democratic citizenship and features short videos, handouts, and activities that faculty across all disciplines can integrate into their courses and assignments."
"Stress & Trauma Toolkit for Treating Historically Marginalized Populations in a Changing Political and Social Environment: APA developed this toolkit to help providers understand the unique circumstances facing historically marginalized populations, and the impact that the current sociopolitical climate in the United States has on their mental health."
FROM SAIC FACULTY
Nia Easley: Readings for Wednesday morning, November 4 2020