Counseling Center

Anti-Racism Resources for Black Individuals and Communities

Black bodies matter. Black mental health matters. To our Black students, we at the Counseling Center stand with you and are here to support you in your healing process. In the aftermath of experiencing or witnessing trauma, it is normal to experience a range of feelings and emotions. You may be experiencing heartache, anger, fear, irritability, or sadness. You may be experiencing fatigue from White friends reaching out to you about what they can do. All of these reactions are normal. We want to encourage you to be gentle with yourself and your body during this time. We hope that this resource list can assist you to intentionally practice self-care as well as to engage in community-care.

Seek professional help

Practice self-care


Watch: Emotionally Restorative Self-Care for People of Color

Watch: Street Somatics: Tips for Regulating Nervous Systems in Uprisings





Liberate Meditation App (by and for people of color)



Between Sessions

Black Girls Heal

Busy Being Black

Code Switch

Embrace Race


Understand the body’s response to racial trauma


Learn: (free E-course by Resmaa Menakem, trauma therapist, on racialized trauma)


Read to heal

Grief is a Direct Impact of Racism: Eight Ways to Support Yourself

Engage with community

Connect with affirming folx


If you’re interested in discovering more resources for black healing, feel free to check out this additional resource list.