Taking Steps to Eliminate Racism in the Workplace
By Arlene Hirsch in SHRM. Taking Steps to Eliminate Racism in the Workplace.View the resource
Toward a Racially Just Workplace
Harvard Business Review. Diversity efforts are failing Black employees. Here’s a better approach. By Laura Morgan Roberts and Anthony J. Mayo.View the resource
U.S. Businesses Must Take Meaningful Action Against Racism
by Laura Morgan Roberts and Ella F. Washington. Millions of Black people and their allies are hurting, and today’s challenges reach far beyond marginalization in the workplace.View the resource
Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race
Resource Roundup by Katrina Michie.View the resource
White Supremacy Culture by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun
A list of characteristics of white supremacy culture which show up in organizations. Culture is powerful precisely because it is so present and at the same time so very difficult to name or identify.View the resource
The Story of Africville from the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
By Matthew McRae. If you’ve never heard of Africville, you’re not alone; the tragic story of this small Black community in Nova Scotia is not as well known as it should be.View the resource
Path to Reconciliation from the Edmonton Public Library
Miranda Jimmy's picks to encourage learning 5 years from the TRC's release.View the resource
In Conversation: Desmond Cole and Téa Mutonji
The two writers on media representation, anti-Black violence, and true liberation.View the resource
106 Things White People Can Do for Racial JusticeView the resource
She Geeks Out
She Geeks Out offers workshops that are designed to create a welcoming and safe space for learning, provide actionable strategies for moving the needle, and take the stigma out of bias.View the resource
Cbange Catalyst drives diversity and inclusion solutions globally and have worked with hundreds of Fortune 500 companies, startups, and venture capital firms over the years.View the resource
About Anti-Racism Resources
Compiled by the Team at B Lab U.S. & Canada. While we are not experts, we want to uplift the voices of those who are.
We cannot credibly build an inclusive economic system without addressing the fundamental injustice, inequity and violence that disproportionately impact Black people and other People of Color.
As a community of responsible business leaders, we must get to work to move beyond rhetoric and take meaningful action against racism.
For more information about what we’re doing, you can read B Lab’s statement on anti-racism by Dr. Ellonda L. Williams, B Lab’s Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and the 2021 update.