7 important books for building an anti-racist workplace by Diana Shi
A list of some of the best reading if you want to create a truly inclusive work environment.
10 Documentaries to Watch About Race by DocPlay
For those looking ways to discuss issues of racism, injustice, discrimination and privilege, we’d like to encourage you to take some time to learn and listen.
The 1619 Project from the New York Times Magazine
The 1619 Project is an ongoing initiative from The New York Times Magazine that began in August 2019, the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.
President Obama’s Message: This Shouldn’t Be Normal from the Obama Foundation
President Obama’s response to the tragic killing of George Floyd.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Resource List from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
This page is intended to serve as a resource to people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work.
Meet the Experts Who Root Out Racism and Exclusion in the Arts by Jori Finkel
On the heels of George Floyd’s death and Black Lives Matter protests, many American museum directors have stepped up their efforts to try to identify and dismantle systemic racism in their organization.
Anti-Racism Books Are Means Not End by Saida Grundy
Texts that seek to raise the collective American consciousness are rendered futile without concrete systemic changes.
In the Fight for Racial Justice, Native Stories Should Not Be Ignored from
University of Alberta professor Kim TallBear teaches in the school’s Faculty of Native Studies department. TallBear was one of several panelists examining the history of race in America during a live-streamed Berkeley Conversations event.
Assessments & Other Resources
Implicit Hard Test by Harvard University
The mission of Project Implicit is to educate the public about bias and to provide a “virtual laboratory” for collecting data on the internet. Project Implicit scientists produce high-impact research that forms the basis of our scientific knowledge about bias and disparities.
Justice in June by Autumn Gupta and Bryanna Wallace
Resources compiled by Autumn Gupta and Bryanna Wallace for the purpose of providing a starting place for individuals trying to become better allies.
Anti-Racism and Allyship 7 Day Journey by Margaret Neale, Sarah Soule, and Hannah Yanow
The journey is set up as a series of readings, exercises, opportunities for reflections, and Anti-Racist actions you can take. They have designed this journey to be self-paced, and to take about 45 minutes a day.
Customized support and trainings through our BIPOC Institute that support successful BIPOC organizing, and cultivate BIPOC leadership, networks, community, and infrastructure that grows from one convening to the next.
Combating Anti-Asian Racism in the Age of Coronavirus, Curriculum Guide
Develop understanding of the types of anti-Asian racism that emerge as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources re. Anti-Asian Violence
A comprehensive list and guide curated towards Asian American solidarity.
A glossary of words and terms utilized for racial equity.
Reclaiming Native Truth: A Guide for Allies
This guide is a tool in our quest to replace false narratives — and specifically the toxic narrative about Native Americans — with the truth. It boils down two years of extensive research and testing — unprecedented in Indian Country — into actionable information you can use to make your work more effective.
Discrimination in America: Experiences and Views of Native Americans
A report on the discrimination of Native Americans in the United States, including surveys, personal experiences, statistics, and more.