Black Sunday inspires reflection on a number of issues, many of which may feel difficult to understand and overwhelming to address. We invite you to explore the listings below for information about resources to explore as well as organizations that are doing their part to make a difference!

If you are aware of organizations or resources not included, feel free to email them to info@timelinetheatre.com and we’ll add them to this list during the show’s run.


The Dust Bowl by Ken Burns from PBS

The Plow that Broke the Plains directed by Pare Lorentz

Sustainability Center at Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

National Museum of Mexican Art

LatinXAmerican at DePaul Art Museum

Climate Action Museum

CBS News: Protecting the Planet

TedX: Greta Thunberg

TedX: Sonrisa Lucero


Ghostraids of a 1931 Raid by Antonio Olivo

Years of Dust, The Story of the Dust Bowl by Albert Marrin

Whose Names Are Unknown by Sanora Babb

A Decade of Betrayal: Mexican Repatriation in the 1930s by Franciso E. Balderrama and Raymond Rodriguez

The World-ending in Fire by Wendell Berry

Sounds of Crossing: Music, Migration, and the Aural Poetics of Huapango Arribeño by Alex E. Chávez


Fresh Air with Terry Gross: America’s Forgotten History of Mexican American ‘Repatriation’

On Being with Krista Figueres: Ecological Hope, and Spiritual Evolution

The Daily: The Sunday Read: ‘How Climate Migration Will Reshape America’

Living with the Dust Bowl

Outspoken: Latina Legacies

BBC: The Climate Question



Urban Growers Collective

United Farm Workers

Chicago Refugee Coalition

Chicago Wilderness Alliance

The Nature Conservatory

National Immigrant Justice Center



Urban Growers Collective

The Nature Conservatory

Chicago Refugee Coalition

National Immigrant Justice Center