These tip sheets were developed for the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) through a collaborative training partnership between FEMA’s Center for Faith-based & Neighborhood Partnerships, DHS Science & Technology Resilient Systems Division, DHS’ National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) at the University of Southern California (USC), the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CCRC), and the National Disaster Interfaiths Network (NDIN). Funding was provided by the Department of Homeland Security.
A report developed from an interfaith suicide prevention dialogue that is intended to encourage faith communities to adopt policies that help prevent suicide.
Developed by several federal departments, this collaborative guide provides houses of worship with information regarding emergency operations planning for the spectrum of threats and hazards they may face. It includes steps in the planning process, important components of an emergency operations plan, and an example of how a plan can be used to cope in one type of emergency (an active shooter situation).
Through extensive research, documentation, and oral histories-Vanessa Jackson unpacks scientific racism, segregated hospitals, and the erasure of Black experiences in psych survivor movement (consumer, ex-patient, peers).
Kelly Germaine-Strickland & Jardana Peacock speak about white ancestral healing as anti-racist practice, faith and spirituality, white fragility, the complexity of ancestry and white supremacy, some Christian perspective, and why white people need to love each other to fully be in the fight for racial justice.