Additional Resources to Share

The below is a list of resources that have been researched and vetted by a team from the Alumni for Action Group to help you and your family navigate the difficult and sometimes uncomfortable but equally important conversations.

Don’t know what to say?

Websites to walk you through it





How to Discuss Breaking News/Disturbing Topics











Creators to Follow:













Watch:

  • 13th (about mass incarceration of black people) (Available on Netflix)

  • Watchmen (movie that did a great job of telling the story of generational trauma through a comic book type of story)

  • The Black Panthers: Vanguard of The Revolution (by Stanley Nelson)

  • LA 92 (Available on Hulu and Netflix)

  • When They See Us (by Ava Duvernay, on Netflix)

Black LGBTQ Content to Watch:

  • Paris is Burning
  • Moonlight
  • Tangerine
  • Master of None (Netflix)
  • Punks
  • Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
  • Dear White People (Netflix)
  • Bessie
  • How Do I Look (Amazon Prime)
  • Tangerine
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