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Healing justice is a political framework...

that identifies how we can holistically respond to and intervene on generational trauma and violence, and bring collective practices that can impact and transform the consequences of oppression on our bodies, hearts, and minds.

Practicing healing justice at a collective level has a greater potential to create the support needed for those experiencing trauma.

In the spirit of healing justice, we are sharing a list of some resources that you or your community may benefit from.


National Resources

Creating tools, resources and environments to support survivors’ collective economic and community power.


MeToo International

A global, and survivor-led, movement against sexual violence, dedicated to creating pathways for healing, justice, action and leadership.

Survivors Know

An action hub for survivors of workplace sexual violence, harassment, and discrimination.


Chicago-Based Resources

Supports those who identify as women and gender non-conforming persons of color who are criminalized or harmed by state and interpersonal violence.

Love & Protect

A Long Walk Home

Empowers young people to end violence against girls and women.

Assata’s Daughters

Organizes Black people in Chicago to deepen, escalate, and sustain the movement for Black liberation.

The Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline

Resource Guide for Chicago Services

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Resources for Movement Workers

Laura Van Dernoot Lipsky (2009)

This book provides a clear roadmap for developing a community of care and addressing individual vicarious trauma.

Trauma Stewardship

Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D. (2014)

This book provides an in-depth understanding of the holistic impact of trauma (physiologically) as well as paths towards healing that involve mind and body practices.

Adrienne Maree Brown (2017)

A precursor to all movement work that ensures we practice movement building work with intentionality.

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