Critical Practice for Centering Black Youth Wellbeing
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YouthREX creates and curates relevant and accessible evidence-based resources from research, practice, and lived experience, designed for the Ontario youth sector.
Below is a selection of resources available through our online Knowledge Hub for working against anti-Black racism.
Detroit Youth Speak Back: Rewriting Deficit Perspectives Through Songwriting
Advancing the Africentric Paradigm Shift Discourse: Building Towards Evidence-Based Africentric Intervention in Social Work Practice with African Americans
Barriers and Facilitators to School-Based Parent Involvement for Parents of Urban Public Middle School Students
Becoming Queerly Responsive: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy for Black and Latino Urban Queer Youth
Healing the Hidden Wounds of Racial Trauma
Low-Income Black Parents Supporting Their Children’s Success Through Mentoring Circles
Building Black Futures Through Literacy
Opening Up: Creating Healing Spaces for Young Black Men
Understanding Intergenerational Trauma and Intergenerational Healing: Recovery, Resilience & Wellness
The Relentless Pursuit of Better Youth Outcomes – Towards Mental Wellness: In Conversation with Dr. Oyedeji Ayonrinde
Healing Practices for Black & Racialized Youth
Ten Curriculum-Based Strategies to Engage in Political Consciousness-Raising with Black Youth
Eight Good Practices for Organizations Serving Black Youth & Their Families
Seven Promising Practices for Developing Supports for Black Parents/Caregivers
Three Strategies & Seven Practices for Delivering Effective Group Programming for Black Youth
Economic Empowerment of Black Youth: Programmatic Interventions to Strengthen the Talent Pipeline
Economic Empowerment of Black Youth: Programmatic Interventions for Jobs and Retention
Economic Empowerment of Black Youth: Programmatic Interventions for Diversifying Economic Opportunities
Access additional resources to support your work with Black youth on our Knowledge Hub!