The Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (The CRIB) is a multidisciplinary research centre that focuses on advancing research, policy, and practice for Black survivors of homicide victims using community-engaged methods and principles. Homicide disproportionately impacts Black communities globally, placing already marginalized communities at great risk for compromised mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Despite the prevalence of Black homicide, research on the traumatic impact of murder on surviving family members and friends of murder victims is limited. The CRIB fills this gap by developing culturally responsive research, impactful policy, evidence-based practice, and training for service providers and community based agencies who work with Black survivors of homicide victims. Through prevention and intervention initiatives, our goal is to support survivors as they bereave and grieve the murder of their loved one(s), ultimately improving the ability of Black communities to not simply survive unthinkable tragedy but to perhaps thrive thereafter it.