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Summer Reading Group 1: From Enforcers to Guardians: A Public Health Primer on Ending Police Violence

The University of Orange is hosting a three-phase ​Reading Group​ starting on Monday, June 15th, at 4PM. The first four week phase we will be reading ​From Enforcers to Guardians: A Public Health Primer on Ending Police Violence.​ 

Dr. Mindy Fullilove, UofO Co-founder, and Dr. Hannah Cooper wrote From Enforcers to Guardians to help people understand how police violence affects health and to understand possible paths forward. It's stern reading, but if you've been following the news, that won't come as a surprise. Johns Hopkins University Press has posted it on Project Muse as a free ebook, and a compiled PDF is available on ​our website

Register for phase 1 of the Reading Group on Eventbrite.

(A Work in Progress)


Our recent production of Pass Over examined systemic racism in America. In dialogue with artists and audience members, we began assembling a list of resources to enable deeper engagement and learning. This is an evolving document, and we invite you to email us with additions, thoughts and changes at

Ways You Can Help


An Antiracist Reading List


Participate in anti-racism trainings:

The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond:


Off the Mat, Into the Word:


Michelle C. Johnson:

Southern Poverty Law Center:


64 Things White People can do for Racial Justice:


Take an Implicit Bias test:




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