In support of the White Feather Historical and Educational Project, All Star Barber Shop (2808 Hydraulic Road, (434) 973-1391) is offering a free hair cut to the first person who can guess all the identities of the African-American historical figures on their bulletin board.
ONLY THE FIRST PERSON who can guess ALL of the Black Historians Listed each month can receive the free hair cut.
at ALL STAR BARBER SHOP
Historical trauma support group
Designed to support and encourage woman of color who desire to heal from historical trauma perpetuated by systemic oppression, the Historical Trauma support group of Trinity Episcopal Church is held every Thursday from 6:30 - 8pm in the Chapel, 1118 Preston Avenue, Charlottesville VA 22903. For more information contact Rev. Patricia Jones Turner at email@example.com or call (804) 356-8465.
The Rule of Saint Benedict: A Contemporary Paraphrase by St. Benedict of Nursia and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove.
Waking Up White, and Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving
Know Thyself by Na’im Akbar
Breaking the Chains of Psychological Slavery by Na’im Akbar
Showdown in Virginia: The 1861 Convention and the Fate of the Union by William W. Freehling and Craig M. Simpson
Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Equality in American Healthcare by Dayna Bowen Matthew
Everything Belongs by Richard Rohr
The Gettysburg Gospel: The Lincoln Speech that Nobody Knows by Gabor Boritt
On the Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope by DeRay Mckesson
Legal Lynching: Racism, Injustice, and the Death Penalty by Rev. Jesse Jackson
Coping with Racial Inequality by Tamra B. Orr
Charlottesville: Images of America by Eryn S. Brennan and Margaret Maliszewski
Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire by Drusilla Dunjee Houston
Racism & Psychiatry by Alexander Thomas, M.D. and Samuel Sillen, Ph.D
Seeing White - a historical podcast that explores where the notion of “whiteness” comes from.
April’s Story - April Thomas, a Be the Bridge group leader and Facebook admin, shares her story of bridge building and the hope she holds onto while on the journey of reconciliation.
Disclaimer: The information on the resource list and authors presented on this website are the views, information, and opinions that are solely those of the authors/sources involved and do not necessarily represent those of Trinity Episcopal Church or The White Feather Educational and Historical Project. September, 2018.