Quick Guide For Resources

Do Four Things Quick Guide for More Resources

Most people have good hearts and want to use those hearts when confronted with solvable problems. We offer simple steps (Do Four Things) that move toward recognizable positive change. Individual people and cultures improve when solving problems together.

If you have enjoyed, or benefited from, the Do Four Things process you may well be ready for more information, or perspective, or resources.

The list below is by no means comprehensive, but each of these movies, books, or groups has a solution-oriented focus that will work, with you, toward necessary, positive change.

Movies

Just Mercy, Warner Bros., 2020

(Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, Brie Larson,

Tim Blake Nelson)

Rotten Tomatoes: Critics: 84%    Aud. Score: 99%

13th, Netflix, 2016

(Dir. Ava DuVernay)

Rotten Tomatoes: Critics: 97%      Aud. Score: 91%

I Am Not Your Negro, Magnolia Pictures, 2017

(Written by: James Baldwin; Dir. Raoul Peck)

Rotten Tomatoes: Critics: 99%      Aud. Score: 83%

Selma, Paramount Pictures, 2014

(David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Cuba Gooding, Jr.,

Tim Blake Nelson)

Rotten Tomatoes:  Critics: 99%      Aud.: 86%

Books

I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness

Austin Channing Brown, 2018

The Color of Law

Richard Rothstein, 2018

How to Be an Antiracist

Ibram X. Kendi, 2019

Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption

Bryan Stevenson, 2015

Organizations for Positive Change

Equal Justice Initiative

 

 

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Southern Poverty Law Center

Black Lives Matter

Once you've accomplished your first Four Things, we hope your journey of help is only beginning.  If these books, movies, or organizations, help you in your journey toward fairness, equality, and hope, please let know. If you discover other resources you'd like to see listed here, please let us know. Let's help  each other make make further decisions and actions that move all of us toward a better, brighter, future.