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Increasing Cultural Competency and Race Relations Resources

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As an organization, AzPA is committed to justice, equality, multiculturalism, diversity, and inclusion. We will continue to educate and work to end systemic racism and violent brutality towards communities of color and ethnic minorities.


Please remember when purchasing books resources online that you can support your profession and the community with every Amazon purchase if you register with Amazon Smile.  It’s a program that donates ½% of most Amazon purchases to a charity of your choice.  It costs you nothing!  We hope that your charity of choice is the Arizona Psychological Foundation, the non-profit community service arm of AzPA.  

  1. Type “Amazon Smile” within the subject line of your Amazon account – the same line where you look for items to buy.  You must be logged in to your account.
  2. Select “Arizona Psychological Foundation” as your charity.
  3. Then drag the “Amazon Smile” logo shown below to your Bookmarks Toolbar so you can use it every time that you shop with Amazon.
  • 13th (Netflix)
  • American Son (Netflix)
  • Dear White People (Netflix)
  • If Beale Street Could Talk (HULU)
  • Malcolm X (Netflix)
  • King in the Wilderness (HBO)
  • See You Yesterday (Netflix)
  • The Hate You Give (Cinimax)
  • When They See Us (Netflix)
  • Skin (movie about Sandra Laing who is a South African woman designated as “White, then Colored, then White again and finally Colored again)
  • Crossing the Color Line: Overcoming Bias to Forge Relationships, Dr. Angela Kenzslowe on
  • Any additional video on RACE on
  • Racism is Real (Youtube)
  • RACE- The Power of an Illusion (PBS)
  • ALL major news sources no matter your political affiliation
  • Systemic Racism Explained (YouTube)
  • 3 Psych Docs (Youtube)
  • The Birth of a Nation
  • Black Feminism & the Movement for Black Lives: Barbara Smith, Reina Gossett, Charlene Carruthers
  • "How Studying Privilege Systems Can Strengthen Compassion" | Peggy McIntosh at TEDxTimberlaneSchools 
  • Understand your own implicit bias: Take the Harvard Implicit bias test at
  • Have difficult conversations with people who are different
  • Challenge friends and family who hold racial attitudes
  • Listen first
  • Donate to organizations that offer support to POC
  • Offer services (i.e. sliding scale) to organizations that support POC
  • Join boards that service POC
  • Write to your local and national politicians
Additional Resources:

Diversity Consult with Dr. Evelyn Burrell

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