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.

Change Catalyst

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.

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TMI Consulting

TMI Consulting, Inc. helps organizations build cohesive, accountable, diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces.

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Praxis Consulting Group

Praxis Consulting Group brings the power of ownership to your organization by aligning leadership, strategy, and culture.

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Provoc is a strategic marketing and communications firm specializing in outcome-driven design, by the people, for the people -- and a B Corp!

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The Highlander Center

Highlander serves as a catalyst for grassroots organizing and movement building in Appalachia and the South. Follow on Twitter.

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The Conscious Kid

Supports families and educators in fostering healthy racial identity development and disrupting racism and bias.

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Desmond Cole

Desmond Cole is the author of "The Skin We're In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power". Follow him on Twitter.

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Justin Moore

Justin Moore is an activist & award winning attorney to follow on Twitter.

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Anthony N. Morgan

Follow Anthony N. Morgan on Twitter. He is a a racial justice analyst, strategist & educator.

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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.