Anti-Racism Resources

We recognize that it is not enough to be quietly non-racist — we have a responsibility to become vocal, visible anti-racist leaders in our businesses and communities. The team at B Lab U.S. & Canada has compiled ways to step up in your organization and as an individual. If you’d like to submit a resource to be considered for this page, please fill out our submission form.


Ways Your Company Can Get Involved

What You Can Do As An Individual

Latino Network of the American Alliance of Museums

Established in 1992, the Latino Network (LN) of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) represents Latino professionals working in museums and cultural institutions in the United States.

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Latino Professionals Network

C.A.R.’s Latino Professionals Network (LPN), is a growing community dedicated to creating homeownership opportunities and fostering leadership.

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Latinx Executive Network

Cooley’s Latinx Executive Network is a forward-thinking community of CXOs, investors, innovators and prominent influencers across a wide range of industries, companies and government.

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Latino Business Resilience Program – The Enterprise Center

Helping Latino-owned small businesses stabilize, capitilize and grow

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Latino Entrepreneurship Fund – Latino Community Foundation

Our community is the driving force of California’s economy. Latinos are creative, determined and entrepreneurial. Our hardworking and resilient spirit means Latinos start 82% of all new companies in America and Latina women start businesses at six times the national rate.

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Latino Network

Latino Network's mission is to positively transform the lives of Latino youth, families, and communities throughout Portland, Oregon.

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RSF Social Finance Launches Racial Justice Collaborative Fund

RSF Social Finance today launches the Racial Justice Collaborative, a new philanthropic fund that provides diverse forms of capital to U.S.-based social enterprises with Black, Indigenous and people of color owners and leaders.

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United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is America’s largest Hispanic business organization, representing over 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses.

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Path to 15|55

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Leading During Traumatic and Triggering Times

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.