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.

Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Organizations

Check out these awesome Asian American & Pacific Islander Organizations Activism 18 Million Rising (18MR) Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) Civic Engagement Asian Pacific American Institute for…

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Asian American and Pacific Islander

Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. However, it's important to recognize that Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have unique concerns and experiences.

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Member Organizations – NCAPA

FON Advisors helps clients stay at the forefront of innovation so they can achieve their strategic goals. We work with mission driven organizations, helping businesses and government agencies operate and procure more effectively.

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The California Endowment Commits $100 Million to Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities Across California

The California Endowment announced today that it will be committing $100 million over the next 10 years to Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations across the state ...

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Wells Fargo Awards $1 Million to Assist Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities

Wells Fargo is awarding $1 million in grants to provide support for the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community and small businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent increase in anti-Asian hate, discrimination and violence.

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55 Mental Health Resources for People of Color

Mental illness does not discriminate: Nearly 20% of U.S. adults experience a mental illness each year, regardless of race or ethnicity. And while it’s clear that mental health is a crosscutting issue that affects all communities, providing effective services for people of color requires acknowledging and understanding their different lived realities.

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7 Networks for Latina Professionals or Entrepreneurs

If you are a Latina entrepreneur or professional, you are not alone. The National Women's Business Council states that Latinas own close to 788,000 businesses in the U.S.

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9 Funding Options for Hispanic-Owned Businesses

Despite being the fastest-growing demographic among entrepreneurs, Hispanic business owners still face challenges accessing capital. Here are nine agencies and organizations that can help.

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10 Minority Grant Opportunities For Small Business In 2022

Find out about several great organizations that want to help fund your minority-owned business, and learn how to look for other grant opportunities in your area.

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Catalyzing Black & Latinx women founders

Catalyzing Black women and Latinx startup founders and entrepreneurs to build startup companies in tech, retail, health, SAS, and more

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Association of Latino Professionals For America

ALPFA announces its 44th Annual Convention Aug 5-9 in Dallas. With a long tradition of attracting professionals who desire intensive continuing education, the opportunity to network, and the experience of spending five days with others...

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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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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.