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The event "Remembering to Breathe: Coping with Seeing Trauma on Film," took place on June 10th, 2020, at 6pm PDT. It was the first discussion in the series titled "Race Matters: Continuing the Conversation." The event was presented by the Race & Pedagogy Institute in collaboration with The Department of Psychology at the University of Puget Sound. The conversation was led by Professor Melvin Rouse, Khalila Fordham, Psy.D., and Professor Carolyn Weisz.
Below are resources associated with their presentation, including their presentation slides.
Remembering to Breathe slides
These are the slides that were presented during the June 10th, "Remembering to Breathe: Coping with Seeing Trauma on Film," presentation.
Remembering to Breathe Resources
Below is a list of resources that was curated by the discussion leaders:
For Puget Sound students:
- Counseling, Health, & Wellness Services (CHWS) Recommendation and Referral sessions
- Support Group for Black Students
- Support Group for Non-Black Students of Color
- Would you be interested in participating in a Non-Black Students of Color support group? If so, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Support Group for White Students
- Would you be interested in participating in a White Students support group? If so, email email@example.com
For non-Puget Sound students: