As part of our commitment to community awareness, NewONEShaker offers links to community resources in Shaker Heights and Northeast Ohio. In addition to providing information on basic needs, we've included a section on Social Justice - a goal to make our community more inclusive.
This page is maintained regularly. If you know of a resource we haven't listed, please reach out via our contact page.
While we list all mental health resources in our Community Resource document to the right, we are also highlighting them here:
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a unique early-year book gifting program that mails a brand new, age-appropriate book to enrolled children every month from birth until five years of age. All children in Cuyahoga County qualify.
Enroll your child today via the Literacy Cooperative today.
Are you ready to be an anti-racist? Most of the following resources are curated by educators, clergy, and civil rights activists.
This September 15 webinar focused on the ongoing issues that perpetuate school segregation in Cleveland's East Side inner ring suburbs. Information page includes resources, event slide decks, and access to a video recording of the webinar.
Document compiled and curated by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein .
Document created by:
Anna Stamborski, M. Div Candidate (2022), Nikki Zimmermann, M. Div candidate (2021), and Bailie Gregory, M. Div, M.S. Ed.
President Obama joined former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and local and national leaders in a conversation moderated by Campaign Zero co-founder Brittany Packnett Cunningham.
This group of community members distributed over 500 BLM signs. We can do more - by getting engaged, and staying "in the loop." Leadership Team Member Lisa Vahey developed this list of links and resources, and consider joining the Shaker Heights Learning & Acting email group for updates.
This list is curated by a local social worker in Shaker Heights.
Melissa DePino and Michelle Saahene started From Privilege to Progress, a national movement to desegregate the public conversation about race. The movement calls on all Americans to join on the path to antiracism by learning, speaking up in their everyday lives and amplifying the voices of people of color.
Teaching Tolerance interviewed Dr. Debbie Reese, an educator and registered member of the Nambé Pueblo, who suggests books and teaching methods that accurately depict current Native issues and correct common misconceptions often taught in the classroom.
We are also curating additional resources HERE.