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Anti-Racism Resources

Compiled by the Team at B Lab U.S. & Canada.

We cannot credibly build an inclusive economic system without addressing the fundamental injustice, inequity and violence that disproportionately impact Black people and other People of Color.?

As a community of responsible business leaders, we must get to work to move beyond rhetoric and take meaningful action against racism.

For more information about what we're doing, you can read B Lab's statement on anti-racism by Dr. Ellonda L. Williams, B Lab’s Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and read?an urgent letter from Anthea Kelsick, Co-CEO of B Lab U.S. & Canada.

We recognize that it is not enough to be quietly non-racist — we have a responsibility to become vocal, visible anti-racist leaders in our businesses and communities. The team at B Lab U.S. & Canada has compiled ways to step up in your organization and as an individual.?If you'd like to submit a resource to be considered for this page, please fill out our submission form here.?

What Your Company?Can Do

A collection of professional resources on guiding teams, providing individual support, and centering equity and justice in company practices.

PPP Loan Direct

A platform that provides?FAQs access to additional support if needed, and a way for businesses and organizations to get their PPP COVID relief loan applications submitted and funded.

Path to 15|55

A collaborative initiative designed to grow Black businesses and their communities based on research that shows if 15% of Black-owned businesses are able to hire one more employee, the American economy could grow by $55 billion.

How to Manage Your Team in Times of Political Trauma

A piece by Michelle Kim on what you do and say to boost psychological safety in your workplace and elsewhere.

Supporting Black Staff

Bryce Celloto shares what managers and organizational leaders can do to support black lives.

How to Manage When Things Are Not Okay and Haven’t Been For Centuries

The Management Center creates tools for managers that honor the humanity of their teammates.

The B Corp Handbook (Second Edition)

By?Ryan Honeyman and Dr. Tiffany Jana, this book guides companies on the what, why, and how of B Corp certification. The?second edition?has been expanded and updated to include a much stronger focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

How Companies Can Move From Words to Action to Address Systemic Racism

From Cultivating Capital, specific practices that business owners can implement to change their organizations from within.

A practical guide to leading for equity and inclusion and building an antiracist workplace.

F4S?Racism Workplace Statistics

From F4S, a?compilation of statistics about racism?in the workplace and simple steps you can take to fight racism in your organization.

Leading During Traumatic and Triggering Times

A resource by Diversity Equity Inclusiveness Consulting on how managers and leaders can play a role in addressing trauma their employees are experiencing.

Building Movement Project

Supports and pushes the nonprofit sector to tackle the most significant social issues of our time.

Organization Development for Social Change

This article by Zak Sinclair and others explores organizational and movement-building tensions to unearth potential places of unity and develop a more holistic framework for change.

RoadMap Consulting

A national network of nearly 90 capacity-builders who love what we do and are committed to staying rooted in social justice and movement building.

How B Corps Are Tackling Racism

A collection of anti-racist actions and learnings from Certified B Corporations, compiled by the team at B Lab U.S. & Canada.

Beverly Kyer

Beverly works directly with human services agencies, organizations and individuals who serve in a professional, support services and or caregiving capacity.

BEAM Tool Kits & Resources

BEAM has shared these graphic prompts for personal journaling and discussion.

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Organizations & Leaders

Dismantle Collective

A B Corp-led?all person of color group whose goal is to name, disrupt, and dismantle white supremacy.

Black Vision Collective

Black Visions Collective puts into practice the lessons learned from organizations before us in order to shape a political home for Black people across Minnesota.

CTUL

CTUL is an organization led by low-wage workers, dedicated to building the power and leadership of low-wage workers.

Black Lives Matter Minneapolis

The Minneapolis chapter of Black Lives Matter.?

Take Action Minnesota

TakeAction Minnesota is a statewide, multiracial, multi-generational, grassroots membership organization.?

NAACP MPLS

The Minneapolis chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of People is the nation’s oldest and largest nonpartisan civil rights organization.

Black Lives Matter Twin Cities

The Twin Cities Metro Area chapter of Black Lives Matter.

Communities United Against Police Brutality

A Twin-Cities based organization that was created to deal with police brutality on an ongoing basis.

Sweet Livity

Supports clients to work in diverse cultural contexts so that everyone can fully engage in organizational or community work.

Oakland Freedom Theater

Supports clients to work in diverse cultural contexts so that everyone can fully engage in organizational or community work.

UndocuBlack Network

A multi-generational network of currently and formerly undocumented Black people that fosters community.

The Runway Project

The Runway Project aims to bridge the monetary gap and create solutions that help Black entrepreneurs take off.

Facilitation for Movement

A training by Black Feminist Future for seasoned organizers and movement builders on how to design productive agendas, move through conflict, stand in your own power.

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter’s mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.

Black Immigrant Collective

The Black Immigrant Collective is a Minnesota Black-led immigrant organization that works at the intersection of Blackness and migration.

Racial Justice Network

A multi-racial, grassroots organization committed to fighting for racial justice and building bridges across racial, social, and economic lines.

Copal

An organization uniting Latinxs in Minnesota in active grassroots communal democracy that builds racial, gender, social and economic justice across community lines.

Minnesota Voice

Works toward permanent change in racial, social, and economic justice by increasing civic engagement and voter participation across the state, especially focused in underrepresented communities.

Reclaim the Block

Organizes Minneapolis community and city council members to move money from the police department into other areas of the city’s budget that truly promote community health and safety.?

Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce

An organization committed to bridging the economic gap and increasing trade within the Black Business diaspora and between mainstream local and international markets for a more thriving and inclusive interconnected Canadian economy.

BEAM Community

A collective of advocates, yoga teachers, artists, and more committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities.

Standing in Our Power (SiOP)

A network of social justice movement leaders who identify as trans and cisgender women of color, and gender non-conforming people of color.?

Fresh to Def Collective

A woman of color (WOC) empowerment brand focused on building economic equity through wearable art and social justice entrepreneurship.

Race Forward

Race Forward brings systemic analysis and an innovative approach to complex race issues to help people take effective action toward racial equity.

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What You Can Do

As individuals, businesses, and communities, we have the collective power to demand and drive systemic change. If you don’t know where to start, consider the resources below.

National Resource List

A national list of resources to engage in?anti-racist work specifically surrounding?police brutality.

BLM INFO

Includes lots of petitions, educational resources, Twitter threads, donation organizations, police complaint scripts, zip codes for international donors, and legal advice.?

Black History Month Library

An extensive library of Black authors and philosophers, including multiple free ebooks.

Dismantle Collective's Resources for White Allies

Resources from the Dismantle Collective for white allies to have a starting point to do the work and engage in analysis, education, and action on anti-racism.?

Showing up for Racial Justice

SURJ moves white people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability.

Anti-Racism Resources for White People

This document is intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work. If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, start now.?

Resources for Black Lives Matter

A resource to find places to donate (mostly bail funds), reading lists for non-Black allies, resources for protesters, mental health resources, and Black/POC people to follow on social media

#blacklivesmatter

Includes relevant events, petitions, places to donate (GoFundMe, bail funds, organizations, and individuals), information for protesters including legal resources, education resources, information regarding specific cases of police brutality, and other resources.

A Guide to Allyship

Includes background info for why protests are happening, explains philosophy behind ACAB and why “All Lives Matter” isn’t helpful, donation & petition links, contact info for Minneapolis public officials, steps to take instead of calling the cops, and other resources.

Become and Find Allies for Women of Color

From the Ellevate Network, this playbook shares struggles Black women face in the workplace, what it means to be a mentor and a sponsor, how you can find your allies at work and thrive as a woman of color, how you can be an ally at work, and advice from powerful Black voices.

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Political Action,?Fundraising, &?Petitions

Join a collective action initiative to demand policy and systems change in the U.S. and Canada.

Stand with Bre

Call: 502-735-1784 to demand officers John Mattingly, Brett Hankison and Myles Cosgrove be terminated and charged with the murder of Breonna Taylor. Please see the calling script here.

8 Can’t Wait

Eight policies that can decrease police violence. You can take action and call your mayor or sheriff today.

Demand for Racial Data in Police-Involved Deaths in Canada

A petition demanding public racial data on police involved deaths in Canada.

Justice for Chantel Moore

A petition to have?the Edmundston police officer responsible for the murder of Chantel Moore?criminally charged

Petitions and donations

A resource by @yanliism on Twitter and?principles?to guide corporate response.

Blackout Day

July 7th is #blackoutday2020. No purchases made at all on this day in solidarity with the BLM movement.?

Ways to Help by @Seanwineman on Twitter

Includes petitions, places to text, call & donate, additional resources, and info for protesters.

sixnineteen

sixnineteen is mobilizing on Juneteenth weekend, and you can join them by taking action from home, in your community, or in Washington, D.C.

15% Pledge

A petition to get major retailers to buy 15% of products from Black-Owned businesses.

Know Your Rights Camp

The Know Your Rights Camp Legal Defense Initiative has identified and teamed up with top defense lawyers and civil rights lawyers nationwide to provide legal resources for those in need.

Justice for Regis Kochinski-Paquet

A petition to have?the Toronto officers responsible for the murder of Regis Korchinski-Paquet tried and fired without pay.

Justice for D’Andre Campbell

A petition to have?the officers responsible for the murder of D’Andre Campbell?tried and fired without pay

Supporting Black Lives Matter

Includes lots of places to donate (bail funds and nonprofits), relevant articles and literature, petitions, food banks, mental health resources, and other resources.

Stream to Donate BLM Youtube Video

100% of ad revenue will be donated to Black Lives Matter & associated bail funds. Don’t skip the ads!?

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Bail Funds

Cash bail perpetuates institutional racism, cycles of poverty, and mass incarceration. The funds below use donated money to secure pretrial release without the high fees associated with bail bonds.

Bailout Master Payments to Multiple Funds

A resource to split a donation between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers.

The Bail Project

Actively bailing out protestors in?select cities.?Find cities listed here under each state and also?here.

Bail Funds & Legal Help

85+ bail funds organized by city/jurisdiction specifically for protesters, law firms supporting protesters w/ contact info.

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The foundation will match any donation 3:1. Funds will be split between BLM and The Bail Project.

Freedom Fund

Secures the liberty and safety of people held in jail or immigration detention, focusing on LGBTQ individuals and announced that they are paying protesters’ bail.

National Bail Out

A Black-led and Black-centered collective building a community-based movement to support our folks and end systems of pretrial detention and ultimately mass incarceration. Organizes #BlackMamasBailOut annually.

Showing up for Social Justice

Working to undermine white supremacy and to work toward racial justice. SURJ moves white people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability.

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For more information on bail funds specific to individual U.S. states and Canada, click here.

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Shop Black-owned B Corps

We are compiling a directory of Black-owned businesses in our community. This is an opt-in platform. If you would like to add your business, please let us know here.

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Here are other places where you can shop Black.

Webuyblack.com

The largest online marketplace for Black-owned businesses.

The Black Wallet?

A digital resource center for Black entrepreneurs and their businesses.

Official Black Wall Street

A business directory and app with over 1,800 Black businesses and counting.

Black and Mobile (ATL, PHL, Detroit)

The first Black-Owned food delivery service based in the country that partners with Black-Owned Businesses so anyone can find and support them instantly and conveniently.

Black-Owned TO (Toronto)

An organization that promotes a variety of Black-owned businesses in Toronto and the surrounding areas.?

Black Dollar NC

An online Rolodex of Black-owned or operated businesses with a focus on those located in the state of North Carolina.

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Who to Follow

Eight recommended organizations and individuals to follow, learn from, and amplify.

Dismantle Collective - ?@DismantleWSC
Anthony N. Morgan - @AnthonyNMorgan
Black Authority - @theblackchannel
CTUL - @ctul_tc?
Desmond Cole - @DesmondCole
Justin Moore, Liberation Attorney - @Justin.a.moore
Sandy Hudson - @sandela
Tamika D. Mallory -?@tamikadmallory?
The Conscious Kid - @theconsciouskid
The Highlander Center / Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson - @highlanderctr

B Corp Consultants

These B Corp consultants offer professional support services as you embark on or deepen your journey into justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI). An asterisk denotes a PoC-owned business.

Provoc*

A consulting firm that roots their work in an ever-deepening equity lens, collaborating with clients and partners who believe in social, economic, and racial justice.

Sweet Livity*?

Sweet Livity supports clients to work in diverse cultural contexts so that everyone, regardless of identity and background, can fully engage in the organizational or community work with their whole, authentic powerful self.

Praxis Consulting Group

A consulting firm bringing the power of ownership to your organization by aligning leadership, strategy, and culture.?

TMI Consulting*

A diversity and inclusion consulting services that works in partnership with the rest of the TMI Portfolio companies to provide a range of socially responsible, interconnected organizations working to advance cultural inclusivity.

Change Catalyst?

Change Catalyst builds inclusive tech ecosystems to convene and advise the tech ecosystem to drive solutions to diversity and inclusion together: across education, workplace, entrepreneurship, policy, media/entertainment and ecosystem builders.

She+ Geeks Out?

SGO designs 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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To Read, Watch and Listen

The team at B Lab U.S. & Canada has compiled a list of recommended reading and viewing to learn more about systemic racism and injustice.

Books

So You?Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

How To Be An Antiracist by?Ibram X. Kendi
Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad
Policing Black Lives: State Violence in Canada from Slavery to the Present by Robyn Maynard

Race, Work, and Leadership: New Perspectives on the Black Experience by Laura Morgan Roberts, Anthony J. Mayo, David A. Thomas
The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein

The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias by Dolly Chugh
The Skin We’re In?by Desmond Cole
The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander?
Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada by Diverlus, Hudson and Ware

If you are purchasing a book, consider where you are purchasing from. Here are three resources for socially responsible book-buying:1) Black-owned bookstores with online sales, 2) Better World Books: This Certified B Corporation donates one book for every book sold; and 3) Libro.fm: Audiobook sales that support indie bookstores

Films, Videos, and Music

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Beyond Moving, Vikram Dasgupta (Hot Docs Canada)
Coded Bias, Shalini Kantayya (Hot Docs Canada)
How to create an anti-racist workplace by Lekan Olawoye (BPTN)
I Am Not Your Negro (streaming on Netflix)
Journey to Justice, Roger McTair (National Film Board of Canada)
Malcolm X (streaming on Netflix)
Ninth Floor, Mina Shum (National Film Board of Canada)
Rachel Cargle: Public Address of Revolution

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Sandy Hudson (Black Lives Matter Toronto) in conversation with National Observer
Selma (streaming on Amazon Prime)
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 by Goran Hugo Olsson
The Colour of Beauty, Elizabeth St. Philip (National Film Board of Canada)
The Hate U Give (streaming on Amazon Prime)
The Skin We’re In (streaming on Kanopy)
When They See Us (streaming on Netflix)
Whose Streets?, Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis (Paradise Theatre, Canada)

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From B Lab U.S. & Canada and the community of B Corps, B The Change is sharing stories of businesses and individuals addressing the pervasive racism in our policies, workplaces, and communities.

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Tackling Racism As Accountable Business Leaders

B Lab U.S. & Canada's Co-CEO Anthea Kelsick calls for action on how we must address the fundamental injustice, inequity and violence that disproportionately impact Black people and other People of Color.

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The Other Epidemic We All Must Fight: White Supremacy

Anti-Racism must guide our work to advance public policies and transform an economic system built on violence and inequality.

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Why the History of Juneteenth Is More Relevant Than Ever

A piece by Dr. Tiffany Jana, founder & CEO?of TMI Consulting.?America’s celebration of emancipation also serves as a reminder of the work that remains to be done.?

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4 Steps That I and Other White People Can Take to Fight Racism

Christina Marie Noel shares steps she's taken thus far to educate herself, along with the anti-racism resources that she and others have found to be helpful.

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