It’s easier to have meaningful conversations about how to improve the Black community's economic opportunities when you understand the history of our country and the placement of Black people in it. History.com’s timeline creates a historical foundation for those conversations.
Bryan Stevenson’s organization has worked to provide more clarity around the history and treatment of Black people in America. These reports specifically offer insights into slavery, lynching, segregation, and reconstruction.
For people who are trying to create more inclusive businesses and communities, it’s important to understand the background of Black people in America. This Harvard Business Review case details the history of inequality for Black people in the United States.
Robert Livingston is one of the nation’s leading thinkers and researchers on the science of underlying bias and racism. In this article, he provides a must-read roadmap for building an inclusive organization.
Talking about race is uncomfortable, but that doesn’t mean we should avoid it. In this series, former NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho has uncomfortable conversations with some unlikely guests, demonstrating how we all can navigate these conversations with empathy.
How do good people fight bias? Social psychologist Dolly Chugh provides a blueprint in this evidence-based guide. She demonstrates how the “psychology of good people” often leads to inequality — intended and unintended.
Business Roundtable, which focuses on advancing racial equity, is comprised of CEOs of leading companies. Check out the section on its website focused on driving “conscious inclusion,” which highlights companies that do it best.