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.

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

From Just Capital.

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How companies can pull up for Black employees during a race crisis

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Taking Steps to Eliminate Racism in the Workplace

By Arlene Hirsch in SHRM. Taking Steps to Eliminate Racism in the Workplace.

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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.

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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.

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Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race

Resource Roundup by Katrina Michie.

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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.

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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.

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Path to Reconciliation from the Edmonton Public Library

Miranda Jimmy's picks to encourage learning 5 years from the TRC's release.

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In Conversation: Desmond Cole and Téa Mutonji

The two writers on media representation, anti-Black violence, and true liberation.

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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.

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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.