This page is designed to provide downloadable resources that would be useful to those looking to organize, take action or hold discussions concerning social justice issues. There are currently five categories of resources: Social Justice Training Organizations, From ACSJL Workshops, Definitions, For the Community and Icebreakers & Check-Ins.
Social Justice Training Organizations
List of Social Justice Training Organizations
This document was compiled by ACSJL staff to be a list of social justice training organizations within the US. If you have questions or comments about the list, you can contact email@example.com.
This map gives a spatial representation of the list of social justice training organizations above. Again, if you have questions or comments about the list, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Activism and Organizing
Foundations in Social Justice for Parents & Educators
A social justice training curriculum
Mijente A movement that is not just Pro-Latinx…but pro-Black, pro-woman, pro-queer, pro-poor because our community is all that and more. Expanded Sanctuary: What Makes a City a Sanctuary Now?
The Movement for Black Lives
Over 50 organizations articulating a common vision and agenda
Proactive StepsExecise your right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
A starter survival guide to today’s America
He promised a wall. He will be stopped by a wall of us. Four concrete acts of resistance delivered to your inbox each week.
Social Justice Definitions Compiled by the ACSJL Staff
List of definitions compiled by Elvira Ubaldo Ace Ruiz, 2016
From the Icarus Project
A graphic showing the spectrum of sexual vs. asexual and romantic attraction and orientation.
From ACSJL Workshops
ACSJL collective leadership and meeting agreements
Helps to visualize identity vs. labels and how they play into the dynamics of power and privilege.
A document describing what oppression is and the forms it comes in
Some tips created by ACSJL and the Kalamazoo College Counseling Center for creating inclusive classrooms for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming students.
For the Community
Advice & Resources for Undocumented College Students Jenesis Long, Academic Counselor, Oregon State University
JFON (Justice For Our Neighbors) welcomes all immigrants by providing free, high-quality immigration legal services, engaging in advocacy for immigrants’ rights and offering education to communities.
JFON (Justicia Para Nuestros Vecinos) da la bienvenida a todos los inmigrantes al proporcionar servicios legales de inmigración gratuitos y de alta calidad, participar en la promoción de los derechos de los inmigrantes y ofrecer educación a las comunidades.
Michigan Immigrant Rights Center
Michigan Immigrant Rights Center
A diagram highlighting the different forms of housing discrimination.
A diagram highlighting the different forms of housing discrimination
(Para la Comunidad)-Un diagrama que muestra las diferentes formas de discriminación en la vivienda
An overview of some of the institutions that can exclude community members on the basis of an inability to furnish identification and a discussion of the merits of the development of a countywide ID program.
A career and resource guide for employees and employers. From LearnHowToBecome.org
An online catalog of KPL’s social justice collection
A guide for LGBTQ students seeking employment from edubirdie.com
A chart compiling the information about applying for funding at Kalamazoo College