Resources Addressing Bias in Policing and Healing Racial Trauma

(Prepared by Alicia Reif and Laura Sherr, CSB/SJU Counseling and Health Promotion)

American Psychological Association

Racism, Bias, and Discrimination Resources and addressing bias in policing

Policing in Black and White

Racial Trauma: Theory, Research, and Healing: Introduction to the Special Issue

Racism in America

On Being Podcast – Race and healing body practice

New York Magazine – Mental Health Effects of Racial Trauma

NAMI podcast Wellness In Color

Pew Research – 10 Things we know about race and policing in the US

Union of Concerned Scientists - Prominent Claims that Policing is Not Racially Biased Rest on Flawed Science

Racial Trauma is Real: The Impact of Police Shootings on African Americans

Resmaa Menakem – Free 5-day Racialized Trauma Home Study Course

NPR Programs and Articles addressing Race and Policing

Racialized Trauma

Healing Racialized Trauma Through Body Centered Psychology

TED talks

The trauma of systematic racism is killing Black women. A first step toward change...

Talks to help you understand racism

Active Listening
TED – How to listen better - Julian Treasure

TED How to speak so that people want to listen – Julian Treasure

How to become an active listener

Dr. Brene Brown The Power of Vulnerability

Racial Gaslighting

Instagram Influencer addresses Racial Gaslighting:

White Identity Development

Citizenship and Social Justice: White American Identity Development

Teaching Privilege that is Mindful of Identity Development

Talking about Privilege and Race

Why It’s Important to Think about Privilege and Why

How to Talk to your Family and Friends about Racism and White Privilege

Scientific American: Biases make People Vulnerable to Misinformation Spread by Social Media

Wired: How to Break out of your Social Media Echo Chamber

Harvard Business Review: Calming your Brain during Conflict