Resources on the Web
Psych Hub: Race, Racism, and Mental Health Resources
Mental Health and Wellness Apps, as gathered by Black Mental Wellness.com
APA article: Disarming Racial Microaggressions: Microintervention Strategies for Targets, White Allies, and Bystanders Learn what Racial Microaggressions are and the very large effect they have on individuals.
TED talk: Learn from Vernā Myers on How to Overcome Your Biases
www.multiculturalcounselors.org – Find a Washington state counselor that matches your ethnicity, religion, or language preference (list can be filtered by preferences).
Help Is Available On Campus
Bias Incident Response Team
Students who experience or are a bystander to bias at PLU are encouraged to utilize the Bias Incident Response Team.
The Diversity Center
The dCenter is a community that explores and celebrates issues of intersectional identity and social justice.
Our programs and resources center the voices, leadership, and needs of minoritized identities inclusive of those who identify as people of color, LGBTQIA+, undocumented students, first in the family, and those interested in diversity, justice, and sustainability.
The dCenter is located on the lower level of the Anderson University Center, Room 150. You can learn more about dCenter year-long programming by visiting their website, emailing at email@example.com, or calling 253-535-8750.