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Anti-Racism in Development Practice

Resources, Networks, and Social Media Platforms for Women of Color

The City Club Virtual Forum: Black Mental Health Matters with Shemariah J. Arki, Ed.D., The Reverend Courtney Clayton Jenkins, Marsheena Murray, Ph.D., ABPP, Habeebah R. Grimes, M.A., Psy.S., LSPSY, and facilitated by Lisa Ramirez, Ph.D., ABPP.

Marian Jones and Natalie Adler for the Goethe-Institut NYC : Black Feminist Self Care Syllabus

#Blackwomenindev Professional Network on Facebook. This group is designed for Black women working in international development. It offers space for sharing of opportunities, events, and stories of experience.

Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security, and Conflict Transformation. WCAPS vision is to advance the leadership and professional development of women of color in fields of international peace, security, and conflict transformation. Visit here for more information on WCAPS Mentorship Program.

Nonprofit Consultants of Color. Google Form specifically for consultants of color who work with nonprofits. Results are being compiled into a public google sheet for nonprofits looking to hire.

Women of Color Working in Emergencies (WeCiE). WeCiE is a network born out of the need to increase the visibility of the work women of colour specialists are doing on gender-based violence during an emergency or conflict in their own countries and elsewhere. This forum provides a space for individual specialists to connect to women of color around the globe, share experiences and solutions, exchange resources, and to collaborate on opportunities.