Community Resources

The following resources are intended to serve as a start to explore and learn about anti-racist behaviors and practice.

These resources are not intended to be comprehensive, nor do they represent a singular approach; these range from toolkits to personal narratives that can assist with critical reflection and movement to action.

Please feel free to share additional resources or provide feedback by emailing the Diversity and Equity Center.

Asian American Pacific Islander Information & Resources

Campus Resources

  • Student Counseling Services are offering Teletherapy services through phone or secure video chat. Call (509) 963-1391 to schedule an appointment or to receive more information.
  • The Equity & Services Council (ESC) is comprised of 8 student organizations that create safe spaces for specific historically marginalized communities but also welcome allies to listen and learn. Contact the current Director at or Justin Santoli at for more information.
  • The Associated Students of Central Washington University has written an Anti-Asian Violence Statement, and is lobbying to pass statewide legislation that implements mandatory diversity, equity, and inclusion training for all faculty and staff and advocating for the construction of the CWU Center for Cultural Innovation as a safe space for historically marginalized communities.
National Resources

Black-led conversations for healing from racialized trauma

Learning and unlearning toward anti-racist reflection & praxis

Solidarity and Allyship

Contextualizing Histories, Exploring Narratives

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