Resources Library

Work From Home

Adobe 99U

Newsletter for creatives working from home

Work from Home Assessment

Online Assessment created by Gayle Lantz

Social U

resources for graphics + branding

Women Empowerment

The Lily News

Uplifting news about women by The Washington Post 

Unlocking Us

Honest and open Podcast interviews by Brene Brown

Stuff Mom Never Told You

Feminist Podcast by iHeartRadio

The Wealth Edit

Financial advice for women developed in Birmingham

The Daily Good

emails sent daily with book, media, health, + lifestyle recommendations

The Good Trade

How to start a work diary and leverage it for career growth

Happenings in the ‘Ham

Creative Mornings BHM

Monthly series for creatives from creatives in Birmingham

Club Duquette

Woodlawn store that features local artists and sends weekly newsletters

REV Birmingham

Local nonprofit that gives frequent updates on local news

Community On the Rise

Purchase art + goods created by the local homeless community

Bham Now

shares positive news to inspire and involve Birmingham locals in the city’s growth


A local magazine examines what it looks like to be a modern Southern woman

Racial Justice

Dr. Carol Anderson

Articles and Interviews with author of White Rage

The 1619 Project

Podcast by The New York Times

Wesley Lowery

They Can’t Kill Us All, Interview

Mikki Kendall

Podcast with author of Hood Feminism

Resources about racial justice

Robin DiAngelo

Interview with author of White Fragility

Kiese Laymon

Article with author of Heavy: An American Memoir

Michelle Alexander

Article with author of The New Jim Crow

Austin Channing Brown

Podcast with author of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made For Whiteness

Dr. Ibram X Kendi

Podcasts with author of How to Be an Antiracist

Equal Justice Initiative

Nonprofit website founded by Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Essay by author of Between the World and Me

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Coping during community unrest


Documentary film examining racial inequality

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Coping with grief after community violence


#1 meditation app for BIPOC community

Side Effects

How racism, trauma, & mental health are linked

Art That Inspires

Aja Monet

Artist, poet, and activist
Spoken Word

Morgan Harper Nichols

artist + musician creating pieces based on people’s personal experiences

Lisa Congdon

Visual Art by visual artist + activist for BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and women



Event management software developed in Birmingham


Networking app developed in Birmingham


Center for Disease Control

Coping with stress

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Emotional well-being during covid

National Institute of Mental Health

Women & mental health

World Health Organization

Doing what matters in times of stress

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