Nabra, Charleena, Philando.

We are saddened and outraged at the murders and injustices that unfolded over this weekend. Earlier today, the Gender and Sexuality Center and the Women’s Center held a space for folks to grieve and take care of one another. As other spaces are hosted on campus, we will share info about these gatherings via our social media and other networks.Rest in peace Nabra Hassanen, Charleena Lyles, Philando Castile.

Resources, Etc.

  • Via Black Liberation Project, “a list of tangible things you can do to combat Islamaphobia.” Via writer Zoha Qamar, “An A to Z Guide to Being a Muslim Ally.”
  • Learn more about the work of local youth organizers, including Black Liberation Project and the Young Muslim Collective, and their efforts (here and here, respectively) to attend/present at the Black Muslim Psychology Conference in July.
  • For a grief support toolkit and to learn how to support the family of Nabra Hassanen, click here.
  • How Will You Make the World Better? – online resource compilation via the Women’s Center, MCAE, and Gender and Sexuality Center.
Community (off-campus) spaces this week include: 
  • The City of St. Paul is hosting a facilitated community conversation tonight, June 19, at 6 pm at the Wellstone Center.
  • In place of their regularly scheduled ReVerb Open Mic this week, TruArtSpeaks will be hosting space at Golden Thyme Cafe on Thursday at 6 pm.
Read More (Content note: police brutality, anti-Black racism and violence, Islamophobia, white supremacy, death) 

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