Guidebooks, Touchstones & Local Affiliate Group Support


Guides

(CTTT guides are in PDF format, requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded here for free)

 

Starting a CTTT Local Affiliate Group

Transforming Historical Harms guide
by David Anderson Hooker & Amy Potter Czajkowski

Using a Circle Process to facilitate effective group dialogue

“Touchstones” are agreed-upon principles for participation in “deep dialogue” sessions, often in Circle Process. Two samples of Touchstones are available HERE and HERE.

What is Restorative Justice?

Healing Together: Addressing Slavery in Our Families’ Histories
by Ann Holmes Redding, Ph.D. & Pat Russell, Psy.D.

Revisiting the History of Enslavement in the U.S.: A Curriculum Guide for Engagement and Transformation
by Ann Holmes Redding, Ph.D. & Pat Russell, Psy.D.

Confronting Slavery in Your Family’s History
by Susan Hutchison

Contacting ‘Linked Descendents’

Genealogy: Researching Your Family History

CollectionOfStoriesCoverResearching African American Family History
by Patricia Moncure Thomas

Resources for Researching Your Family History

Researching Slave-Holding and Slave-Trading Ancestry
by Rev. David Pettee

A Collection of CTTT Stories

 

Case Studies

A Case Study in Researching Southern Slave-Holding Ancestry
By Rev. David Pettee, with help from Susan Hutchison

A Case Study in Researching Northern Slave-Holding Ancestry
By Rev. David Pettee

 

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