Resource Library

The TRC Resource Library provides a range of thoughtfully selected materials to raise awareness, encourage meaningful conversations, and support positive change. Focused on healing, empowering, and uniting communities, TRC promotes racial reconciliation, women's rights, and second chances. This valuable resource is ideal for educators, activists, employers, nonprofits, community leaders, corporate diversity advocates, or anyone committed to creating a fair and just world. Explore the TRC Resource Library to see how stories can inspire transformative action!

eBooks

Community Emergency Services & Supports Act (CESSA): Decreasing Stigma & Fear Surrounding Mental Health by Catherine Lucaccioni

I See That Letter P on Your Nose! - Help for children of an incarcerated parent or family member by Dr. Judy Cunningham

Second Chances: The Benefits of Hiring Returning Citizens by Khalil Osiris

So Far So Close by Katrina McCutchen Butler

The Courage To Help by C Watson

TRC Global Summit

Welcome: Khalil Osiris, TRC Founder

Introduction: Debbie Weekes-Bernard, Deputy Mayor for Communities & Social Justice, City of London

Four Practitioners Discuss Civic Education in Action: Mete Coban, Founder of My Life My Say; Colombe Cahen Salvador & Andrea Venzon, Co-Founders of NOW; and Yvonne Chow, Policy Advisor at the UK Department for Business, Energy, & Industrial Strategy

Performance by South African slam poet and co-founder of Vocal Revolutionaries: Lee Mokobe

Closing Remarks: Lord Michael Hastings

Documentaries

Five Commitments: Truth & Reconciliation Conversations