ARTICLES / INTERVIEWS / PODCASTS
Beyond Church Walls: What Christian Leaders Can Learn from Movement Chaplains [Interview]. Emmanuel Gospel Center, September 26, 2017, by Stacie Mickelson, Director of Applied Research & Consulting.
Radical Chaplaincy: Reflections on the Northwest Solidarity Tour. Aaron Scott and The Rev. Sarah Monroe (Chaplains on the Harbor) and The Rev. Lindsey Krinks (Open Table Nashville), October 2015
Healing Justice podcast
The Rising podcast: Changing our Movements from Within, Spiritual Direction and Movement Chaplaincy with Perry Dougherty and Ed Cardoza. A Spirituality for Revolution Podcast by Chelsea MacMillan and Rebekah Berndt
THERAPISTS & COUNSELORS
The Icarus Project is a support network and education project by and for people who experience the world in ways that are often diagnosed as mental illness. We advance social justice by fostering mutual aid practices that reconnect healing and collective liberation. We transform ourselves through transforming the world around us.
Icarus Project Crisis Toolkit: This page offers an assortment of resources that may provide perspective, comfort, and/or tools that could be of assistance to people experiencing various sorts of tough times.
Webinar on Street Therapy, Emotional Resistance in Action: https://vimeo.com/210641613
The following documents were created in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and the Baltimore Uprising. Our intention is to assist communities who are rising up and fighting back against anti-Black state and state-sanctioned violence to care for themselves, move through grief, heal from trauma, and attend to their emotional and physical safety in protest spaces.
Black Lives Matter Healing Justice Toolkit http://blacklivesmatter.com/resource/healing-justice-toolkit/
Emotional and physical safety at protests - Black Lives Matter: https://justhealing.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/emotional-physical-safety-in-protests-blm.pdf
Guide to creating healing space (for before, during or after action): https://justhealing.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/healing-justice-practice-spaces-a-how-to-guide-with-links.pdf
Resources for When White Supremacist Hate Groups Come to Your Town
Created by the People's Supper in reaction to the events in Charlottesville, VA., this guidebook provides tools and tips to support folks' need to gather and provide collective care in a time of crisis caused by violence.
Compiled resources for communities to use when coming together in the wake of the violent and hateful events such as the events in Charlottesville, VA in August 2017. It includes helplines, articles, organizations, and even Spotify playlists.
A GUIDE FOR MOVEMENT CHAPLAINS: SPIRITUAL & EMOTIONAL CARE DURING COUNTER-ACTIONS TO WHITE SUPREMACIST HATE RALLIES
We're excited to announce the release of A Guide for Movement Chaplains: Spiritual and Emotional Care During Counteractions to White Supremacist Rallies. The background for the guide comes from our grassroots work this fall. In October, our Faith Engagement Fellow Margaret Ernst helped organize a group of Movement Chaplains to provide pastoral care during counteractions to the White Lives Matter rally in Shelbyville, TN. The chaplains worked side by side with local organizers to ensure that those who showed up to bravely resist the Neo-Nazis' message at counteractions and a community picnic, were cared for and safe.
After receiving feedback that their presence made a significant difference on the ground, Margaret and Rev. Lindsey Krinks have made available the training guide they used to prepare the chaplaincy team. The result is this guide, designed with love by our friend Heather Abbott.
This program has been a partner and supporter of Faith Matter’s work to create a Movement Chaplaincy program. In 2017, Faith Matters Network led a Movement Chaplaincy cohort as part of the Justice Ministry Education program.
Hungry For Justice: Homeless Peer Chaplaincy Training Program
By Rev. Alexia Salvatierra. Contact Rev. Salvatierra for document: www.alexiasalvatierra.com
By Victor Narro. Book available in Spanish and English through online bookstores.
Maia Duerr’s thesis research in connection with the Upaya Zen Center/Institute Buddhist Chaplaincy Training Program, May 2012
Care of Souls is the capstone report of the How We Gather Team, bringing together four years of research and practice to illustrate seven necessary innovative community leadership roles for this moment. Includes mention of movement chaplains in the larger context of healing and movement space.
TransformHarm.org is a resource hub about ending violence. It offers an introduction to transformative justice. Created by Mariame Kaba and designed by Joseph Lublink, the site includes selected articles, audio-visual resources, curricula, and more.
This handbook is intended to integrate critical social justice theory with spiritual care in a way that can be used (literally) on the streets. Developed by Abigail Clauhs, am Interfaith Chaplaincy M.Div. student at Claremont School of Theology.