Many of the people interviewed for this report have written materials about their work. The resources below are not an exhaustive list but are provided to support the beginning of deeper learning. Please look to them as you continue to learn more about concrete examples of this framework.

Healing Justice Resources

Aranda, Jessica. Chingona Guide to Self-Determination in Healing. 2016.

Black Lives Matter. Healing Justice Toolkit.

Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective.

Levins Morales, Aurora. Kindling. Palabrera Press, 2013.

Levins Morales, Aurora. Medicine Stories. Forthcoming.

People’s Movement Center. “Resources.”

Piepzna-Samarasinha, Leah Lakshmi. “A Not-So-Brief Personal History of the Healing Justice Movement.” Mice Magazine, issue 2.–2016

Raffo, Susan. Healing Justice Is More than Just Words on a Page.

Raffo, Susan. Healing Justice at the USF.

Holistic Security Resources

Barry, Jane. Integrated Security Manual. 2011.

Tactical Technology Collective. Holistic Security Training Manual.

Urgent Action Fund. What’s the Point of Revolution if We Can’t Dance? 2007.

Philanthropy Resources

Bailey, Rhea. “Healing Justice: What Is Philanthropy’s Role?” General Service Foundation.

Faith Matters Network. “Rooted in Resilience Mapping Project.” 2018.

Garcia, Iris. “Building a Case for Healing Justice.” Akondi Foundation.

Other Related Resources

Mingus, Mia. Leaving Evidence.

Sins Invalid. “10 Principles of Disability Justice.” 2015.

Transform Harm. 2018.