Belonging and Civic Muscle

Belonging & Civic Muscle

An introduction to Belonging and Civic Muscle as a Vital Condition for Well-Being

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Pronouns Usage Among LGBTQ Youth

This brief uses data from the Trevor Project’s 2020 National Survey on LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health to further explore pronoun usage among LGBTQ youth. The brie...

GLSEN Pronoun Guide

This guide is created to help anyone learn how to use people’s correct pronouns so that people can engage in learning, educating, and advocating for the inclu...

POC Gatherings

North Sound ACH supports a space for dialogue for people of color (POC) as they navigate their individual and collective wellbeing. This is a virtual meeting sp...

North Sound Indigenous Futurity Alliance

The North Sound Indigenous Futurity Alliance is dedicated to supporting young leaders in the North Sound region while specifically holding space for the voices ...

There’s Heart Here

Roller derby champion. Activist. Cyclist. Follow three indigenous members of the Two Spirit and LGBTQ community as they journey toward self-acceptance, supporti...

Democracy in Action: Election 2020

This webpage provides a compilation of resources on how to register to vote, interact and assess candidates, understanding ballots, and ensure that there are fr...

Community Paramedicine

This webpage provides background information, resources, links to organizations and upcoming events, and information about community paramedicine models and inn...

Community Paramedicine Brief

This document is adapted from the Rural Health Information Hub’s topic guide on community paramedicine. It provides an overview of community paramedicine ...

LGBTQ Youth Health Equity Data Brief

This report reviews data from 2018 surveys of 10th grade students in Washington on mental health, substance use, abuse, harassment, and bullying. It provides in...

Who Belongs?

The Who Belongs? podcast is Othering and Belonging Institute’s official podcast. 

Targeted Universalism: Equity 2.0

This presentation from john a. powell from 2016 outlines the concept of Targeted Universalism through a series of graphics and examples. 

didgʷálič Wellness Center

Learn about the didgʷálič Wellness Center’s holistic approach to substance abuse treatment in the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. 

Racial Equity Impact Assessment

This document provides an overview of Racial Equity Impact Assessments (REIA), how they are used, why they are needed, when they should be conducted, and what t...

Putting Equity At The Center

This paper makes the case for why collective impact initiatives must address inequity to be successful, highlights a range of OYF efforts to place equity at the...

Land Acknowledgement Brief

This brief explains the importance of land acknowledgements in building relationships with tribes, upholding tribal sovereignty, and recognizing the history of ...

SEED Collaborative Report

This document presents health equity findings and analysis to support short- and long-term recommendations structuring a health equity initiative.

The Storytelling Project Curriculum

This free model and curriculum prompts students to consider how racism conceals or extinguish stories of diverse groups, how society can benefit from listening ...

Commons Good Liz Baxter

Health happens in communities, in the spaces where we congregate, live, and work; where children go to school and play; and where we seek care and services. Nor...

Targeted Universalism

This short animated video explains the concept of targeted universalism and explains the difference between targeted universalism and more traditional policy ap...

Health Equity and COVID-19

How we will experience coronavirus was in large part shaped before the pandemic. The policies and systems we inherited have had significant influence on the env...

Communities WIN

Communities WIN is a community guide for dialogue and action. It is designed to help local leaders, as stewards, work together with others to transform their co...

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