See here for the people and resources that are helping change Opal's treatment and staff culture to be anti-oppressive. ​

If you find any of these resources helpful, we encourage you to make a financial contribution to the creators of the work.  



So you Want to Talk about Race by Ijeoma Oluo

How to be Anti- Racist by Ibram X. Kendi

My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem

The Body Is Not An Apology by Sonya Reneee Taylor

Racial Healing Handbook by Anneliese A. Singh

“Disability visibility” by Alice Wong



The Erasure of Native America By Jaike SpottedWolf

Support Jaike’s work via venmo

The Body is Not an Apology blog post “This is Disability Justice” by Nomy Lamm: 



For companies:

An Open Letter to Corporate America, Philanthropy, Academia, etc.: What Now? By Aiko Bethea, Rare Coaching and Consulting 

Reoccuring Training: Whiteness at work with Desiree Adaway, Jessica Fish, and Erika Hines



Justice in June plan for taking action and learning compiled by Autumn Gupta with Bryanna Wallace

Daily Anti-Racism Newsletter from Nicole Cardoza

Nalgona Positivity Pride 

“Disability Justice” is Simply Another Term for Love

Disability Justice, anti-ableism and access resources

LGBTQ Allyship – Seattle based group

10 Principles of Disability Justice (Sins Invalid)

Disability Justice resource list

No Body is Disposable, blog post and video series: 

Mia Mingus

Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha:

“Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution” on Netflix

World Critical Dietetics – Resources to Inform Anti-Racist, Anti-Oppressive Practice