Accounting for Ourselves (PDF, 40 pages) about pitfalls and philosophy behind why and how community accountability process fail. I highly recommend this for anyone attempting a Community Accountability Process as a what-not-to-do.
The Chrysalis Collective’s Ending Sexual Assault Through Transformative Justice (PDF) is also a good resource for looking at phases of Community Accountability.
I’ve written a guide on creating Impact Statements with or without the harmful person still in the picture. These can be useful for corporate team repair as well as non-criminal allegations of harm.
Great resource pages do exist on the internet. One I particularly like is Aida Manduley’s CA Resources page.
Transformative Justice and Anti-Oppression
The Tenets of Anti-Racism from Resist Racism was useful for me.
Toxic Elements of Masculinity are harmful to men and everyone else.
Consider doing an Accessibility Audit on your venue provided by the Radical Access Mapping Project.
Generation Five has created a Transformative Justice Handbook for Ending Child Sexual Abuse (68 pages).
It’s worth being aware of the social model of disability.
If you want to read more about disability justice, Mia Mingus has a blog called She’s All Fat.
Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor by Layla F. Saad comes with journaling prompts, Audiobook read by herself (a Black, Muslim, British femme) – [intermediate]
One of the flagship resources to come out of the US is the National SEED Project.
There is also a model for white folks called Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources.
There’s also a primarily US Resources for Accountability and Actions for Black Lives doc.
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I wrote an Introduction to Nonmonogamy!
Check out the Intimate Interactions Podcast about intimacy, sex, relationships, ethical nonmonogamy, and kink.
I also recommend the books More Than Two, Nonviolent Communication, and Love’s Not Colorblind.
I also really enjoyed this break-down of 8 times Mister Rogers gave excellent poly advice.
Rain City TNG’s Tonight, I Want! is recommended for a short worksheet to check in with yourself and your partner.
There’s also the MVK Legacies: Navigating Negotiation workshop that I coauthored.
The Willow Tree Counselling Resource Sheet is an incredible list of low cost resources divided into Trauma Support, LGBTQ+, Addictions, and many other categories. It’s a huge value.
Want to create a support group or train to facilitate? Try PeerNetBC. They are even sometimes able to provide sliding-scale, accessible support group venues.
Healing from Trauma
Ending Violence Canada has a List of Sexual Assault Centers and Crisis Lines and Support Services
Dawn Serra has a book, social media, and journal prompt resource list for trauma survivors called Reclaiming Body Trust
If you are supporting or speaking with a survivor, RAINN has Tips for Talking with Survivors of Sexual Violence
The National Sexual Violence Research Centre has a resource list of online communities for survivors
Harm reduction is one of the underlying principles I follow in my consulting surrounding accountability and anti-racism. If you think about applying the philosophy in the TED talk above to sexual assault or racism, it leads to some interesting places.
PACE Society is a by sex workers for sex workers advocacy and resources group where you can learn about sex work.
Interested in drug education, drug training, and drug harm reduction? Karmik Harm Reduction does non-judgmental work in helping create safer real world party and drug cultures. There is a more literal explanation of harm reduction in the video below: