Inclusion & Equity Committee

Acknowledging the Ongoing Racially Motivated Violence:
here for statement from the Inclusion & Equity Committee


(last updated 2/27/24)

Read Books and Other Publications:

Listen to Podcasts:

  • Intersectionality Matters!- KimberlĂ© Crenshaw

  • Good Ancestor Podcast- Layla F. Saad

  • Anti-Racism Daily- Nicole Cardoza

  • BrenĂ© Brown with Ibram X. Kendi: On How to Be an Antiracist

Watch TED Talks:

Adam Foss When a kid commits a crime, the US justice system has a choice: prosecute to the full extent of the law, or take a step back and ask if saddling young people with criminal records is the right thing to do every time. In this searching talk, Adam Foss, a prosecutor with the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office in Boston, makes his case for a reformed justice system that replaces wrath with opportunity, changing people's lives for the better instead of ruining them.

Canwen Xu - I Am Not Your Asian Stereotype - Bad driver. Math wizard. Model minority. In this hilarious and insightful talk, eighteen-year-old Canwen Xu shares her Asian-American story of breaking stereotypes, reaffirming stereotypes, and driving competently on her way to buy rice. Canwen Xu's slogan for life is “Canwen can win.” Born in Nanjing, China, she moved to the United States when she was two years old, and since then has lived in some of the whitest states in the country, including North Dakota, South Dakota and Idaho. A senior at Timberline High School, Canwen is passionate about politics, and is the national membership director and Idaho state director for the Young Democrats High School Caucus. Also a programmer, she started an all-girls computer science workshop called Code For Fun and received National Runner-Up in the 2014 NCWIT Aspirations in Computing competition.

Heather McGhee - Racism Has a Cost for Everyone - Racism makes our economy worse -- and not just in ways that harm people of color, says public policy expert Heather C. McGhee. From her research and travels across the US, McGhee shares startling insights into how racism fuels bad policymaking and drains our economic potential -- and offers a crucial rethink on what we can do to create a more prosperous nation for all. "Our fates are linked," she says. "It costs us so much to remain divided."

Visit  Websites:

Watch a Movie:

  • 13th

  • Amend: The Fight for America

  • I Am Not Your Negro

Attend Live Trainings/Webinars:

  • Embrace Race- parenting and raising anti-racist kids

  • Service Never Sleeps-

  • White Privilege and White Therapists: Treatment Considerations Surrounding Racial Traumas among Clients of Color

Support Black-owned Businesses:

Learn Skills:

  • Watch the 5 minute video “Don’t Be A Bystander: Six Tips for Responding to Racist Attacks,” which was produced by BCRW and Project NIA.  Then ask a friend or colleague to watch it and share what you learned with each other.

  • Attend some free Coming To The Table (CTTT) monthly Zoom group meetings where you experience people talking about racism in a respectful way using the circle process.

  • Join your local Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) chapter and attend Zoom meetings to learn about and participate in local antiracism efforts.

Donate or Join:

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