Resources

Video still courtesy of archive.org and the Prelinger Archives collection.

Photo/Prelinger Archives Collection of archive.org

Women and Barriers After Incarceration

A list of organizations offering a broad array of supportive services for people who are currently or formerly incarcerated, and who are preparing for reentry or have already returned to their communities.

EP. 8 | April 28, 2021


Gottlieb, William P.

Photo/William P. Gottlieb

Black Artists and Appropriation

A list exploring Black arts and artists in Wisconsin as well as a peek into the history of hip-hop.

EP. 7 | April 21, 2021


Photo/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency DOCUMERICA Series

Maternal Health and Birth Equity

Links for expecting and new Black mothers, including local organizations supporting moms, and additional information on Black maternal health and support.

EP. 6 | April 14, 2021


From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Photo/Jack Delano

Black Farming and Land Ownership

Dig in with information for aspiring gardeners, a look at local organizations elevating their communities with gardens, and current and historical information on Black farming.

EP. 5 | April 7, 2021


From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Photo/Jack Delano

The School-To-Prison Pipeline

Information on youth mentorship opportunities throughout Wisconsin, learning resources, trauma informed care and further readings on the School-To-Prison pipeline.

EP. 4 | March 31, 2021


From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. African American demonstrators outside the White House, with signs “We demand the right to vote, everywhere” and signs protesting police brutality against civil rights demonstrators in Selma, Alabama, 1965. Photo/Warren K. Leffler.

Photo/Warren K. Leffler

Civic Engagement and Representation

Tools to understand local and national politics, including information on elected officials, laws, voting rights, how to become engaged, and a look at the history of civic engagement in our state.

EP. 3 | March 24, 2021


From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Policeman confronts a group at Seventh Ave. and 126th St. during renewed violence in Harlem, New York, 1964. Photo for World Telegram & Sun by Dick De Marsico.

Photo/Library of Congress/Dick Marsico

Mental Health, Trauma and Black Communities

Access a collection of mental health and support services available in the state, crisis intervention resources, online mental health resources, and ways to celebrate Black joy.

EP. 2 | March 17, 2021


Wisconsin road sign typically located at the state lines. Photo/PBS Wisconsin.

Photo/PBS Wisconsin

Angela's Journey and Why Race Matters in Wisconsin

Explore an array of resources providing context and support for Black communities in Wisconsin.

EP. 1 | March 10, 2021