general resources
 
arcata's demographics
 
opportunity atlas
a well-researched atlas comparing neighborhoods across the country based on how successful their children grow up to be.
 
workplace resources
equity arcata welcoming businesses newsletters
other local organizations
equity alliance of the north coast
a broad coalition of nonprofits, local governments, and the business community that offers education, dialogue, and coaching for organizations and individuals.
NAACP
eureka chapter of the national association of the advancement of colored people.
black humboldt
black humboldt is interested in networking, building relationships and community with the black population residing and visiting Humboldt County.
centro del pueblo
centro del pueblo offers a safe space for the raza/indígena community to advance culturally, politically and practically on California's North Coast.
redwood community action agency
redwood community action agency (RCAA) is a locally based, private non-profit organization that provides a wide range of services to low and moderate income residents of Humboldt County.

meal resources
food for people
food for people  operates 18 programs, each of which is designed to address the needs of those who are experiencing hunger and food insecurity in Humboldt County.
 
HSU's OH SNAP! food program
OH SNAP! is dedicated to assisting Humboldt State University students with food needs.
local POC owned businesses
for a comprehensive list, visit Black Humboldt's website.
media 

additional resources
bridging: towards a society built on belonging
a short video from the Haas Institute about creating an inclusive society in challenging and divisive times.
the invention of whiteness
youtube video by john a. powell about the creation of race and whiteness in the united states.
what is white privilege, really?
a comprehensive article from teaching tolerance about the history, meaning, and function of white privilege.
white privilege: unpacking the invisible knapsack
article by peggy mcintosh defining white privilege and offering examples of how the concept works in daily life.
what is intersectionality?
youtube video from peter hopkins, professor of social geography at newcastle university, about the concept of intersectionality.
resources for talking with kids about race, racism, and racialized violence
compiled by border crossers, this list will be updated as they become aware of more resources.
how the united states stole thousands of native american children
youtube video: "native children were funneled into the child welfare system. and programs, like the little-known government 'indian adoption project' intentionally placed them with white adoptive families." 
code switch
podcast from NPR by journalists and writers of color about talking about race.
seeing white
podcast series about whiteness and racial politics.
applying a racial equity and inclusion lens to collective impact
blog on collective impact

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