As we look to listen, learn, ensure equity for people of color and elevate black voices in support of this critical movement, Global Impact staff has pulled together some of their “picks” for racial justice resources.
Earlier this summer, we posted about racial equality and what Global Impact is doing to support the Black Lives Matter movement. We acknowledged that we have work to do as an organization internally and externally, and part of that progress includes the education and growth of our staff.
As we look to listen, learn, ensure equity for people of color and elevate black voices in support of this critical movement, Global Impact staff has pulled together some of their “picks” for racial justice resources. While there are endless sources of information available, these are tools that our team has actually benefited from themselves – and we hope you will, too!
Articles, Newsletters and other Short Publications
- How to Start Making Real Change in Your Organization
- Movement Capture and the Long Arc of the Black Freedom Struggle
- The 1619 Project
- RaceAhead by Fortune
- Harvard Business Review Press
- 7 chapter books with young female protagonists of color
- Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail
- “Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates
- “Walking in the Wind: A Memoir of Movement” by John Lewis
- “So You Want to Talk About Race” by Ijeoma Oluo
- “Race Work & Leadership – New Perspectives on the Black Experience” by Laura Morgan Roberts, David A. Thomas and Anthony J. Mayo
Films, Documentaries and Short Videos
- The 13th
- I Am Not Your Negro
- Just Mercy
- Black Voices in Global Health by Global Health Council
EXPLORE & ENGAGE
Blogs, Social Media and Organization Sites