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Please follow, donate, celebrate, and/or support who you learn from below !
PEOPLE TO FOLLOW
Jenny Wang on Solidarity for Asians
AAPI Women Lead on Instagram
Follow these deaf tic-tok content creators!
PODCAST EPISODE SUGGESTIONS:
Necessary Expressions: Allowing Black Pain Into Therapeutic Spaces from the Chronicles of a Play Therapist with Althea T. Simpson
Understanding Play Therapy Interventions for Black Children Affected By Racial Trauma with Arron Muller, LMSW from Chronicles of a Play Therapist with Althea T. Simpson
Dear Asian Americans Podcast
Disability and the Arts: How can we make the Arts Accessible for Patrons? from Disarming Disability
Disability Basics: What are the Intersections of Race and Disability? from Disarming Disability
Disability and the Arts: What are the Barriers for Professional Artists? from Disarming Disability
Code Switch – Finding ‘A Perfect Match’
The Accessible Stall
Disability After Dark
Still Processing Podcast
YOUTUBE CONTENT SUGGESTIONS:
Creative Vibes Music Therapy – The Untold History of Music Therapy
Creative Vibes Music Therapy – Racial Inequity in Music Therapy
“Ignoring The History Of Anti-Asian Racism Is Another Form Of Violence” article by Connie Wun
“How to support Asian American colleagues amid the recent wave of anti-Asian violence” by Jennifer Liu
Anti-Racist Resource Guide by Victoria Alexander
Anti-Racist Resource List
Deaf Culture and Community
The Deaf Community
Challenges that still exist for the Deaf
Celebrating National Deaf Awareness Month (AND ALL YEAR LONG!)
The Milan Conference: When Sign Language Was Almost Destroyed
Hate Is A Virus – Raising $1 MILLION to give back to local and national community organizations that are providing pivotal services and programs for our community. This includes programs related to mental health, better protections for our elderly, AAPI representation, solidarity-building and more.
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