Resources for Black, Indigenous and Other People of Color

This page is dedicated to uplifting Black, Indigenous, Asian-American/Pacific Islander and Latinx companies within the B Lab U.S. & Canada community, providing them with opportunities to enhance their experiences within the business world.  If you’d like to submit a resource to be considered for this page, please fill out our submission form.

When They See Us

Streaming on Netflix. Five teens from Harlem become trapped in a nightmare when they're falsely accused of a brutal attack in Central Park. Based on the true story.

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The Skin We’re In

A documentary that follows Desmond Cole's journey from journalist to activist. CBS follows Cole as he travels across Canada in pursuit of stories, examples, and knowledge about black identities and experiences.

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Sandy Hudson on Black Lives Matter Canada and ‘defunding police’

Sandy Hudson, founder of Black Lives Matter Canada, talks with Linda Solomon Wood, Editor-in-Chief of Canada’s National Observer.

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Illustration of a black woman holding a child

Illustration Graciously Provided by Reyna Noriega

The Black Power Mixtape

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 a documentary by Goran Hugo Olsson

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How you create an Anti-racist workplace with Black professionals. B

By Lekan Olawoye (YouTube Video).

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Black Lives Matter, Substance Use, and Addiction Recovery in the United States

By Joseph Kertis (published on Addicted.org)

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Diversity in Everyday Discourse

By Joyce M. Bell and Douglas Hartmann.

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Your Black Colleagues May Look Like They’re Okay — Chances Are They’re Not

By Danielle Cadet (Refinery 29).

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7 ways your organisation can start to uproot systemic racism in the workplace

By Sandra Caballero (World Economic Forum).

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Illustration of a black woman posing with her arms crossed

Illustration Graciously Provided by Reyna Noriega

5 Conversations Credible Leaders Must Have In This Moment

By Terina Allen (Forbes).

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Illustration of a black woman sitting on grass

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What Companies Can Do to Combat Systemic Racism Against Black Colleagues in the Workplace

From Just Capital.

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About These Resources

Since 2020, businesses across the U.S., Canada, and worldwide have focused attention, time and resources on anti-racist education. B Lab U.S. & Canada has also been one of those organizations channeling energy to move towards a racially equitable economy and society.

At the same time, those most directly impacted by systemic racism deserve to be highlighted, uplifted and centered within this community.