September 18, 2023

Anti-Racism Resources

Explore our anti-racism resources.

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Anti-racism tools.
ResilienceBC: Anti-Racism Network
Includes tools through e-learning, articles, videos and podcasts/radio shows.

Calgary Anti-Racism Education.
For those near the beginning of their anti-racism journey. Here are the basics for self-learners or facilitators – a Beginning, a Level 1 and a Level 2, Glossary, Learning Actions, and Resource.

Leader support for newcomers.
Workplace Strategies for Mental Health
Strategies to protect psychological safety for employees who are new to the country, including a self-reflection workshop that explores the attitudes and stereotypes that affect our actions, decisions and unconscious understanding towards or against a particular person or people group.

Resources for black-owned businesses.
Small Business BC
Small Business BC’s Hub of resources for Black Small Business owners. This page in partnership with the Black Business Association of BC provides aspiring, emerging and established Black entrepreneurs the resources they need to start and thrive in our province.

How to promote racial equity in the workplace. Harvard Business Review

Racism can occur without conscious awareness or intent. This Harvard Business Review article explores a Five-step plan for the promotion of racial equity.

Navigating race in Canadian workplaces. Canadian Centre for Diversity & Inclusion

Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion’s “Navigating race in Canadian workplaces” toolkit. A toolkit for diversity and inclusion practitioners.

Cultural competence self-assessment checklist. Greater Vancouver Island Multicultural Society

This self-assessment tool is designed to explore individual cultural competence and to help you to consider your skills, knowledge, and awareness of yourself in your interactions with others, with the goal of assisting you in recognizing what you can do to become more effective in working and living in a diverse environment.

4 workplace microaggressions that can kill your confidence—and what to do about them. CNBC make it

The effect of microaggressions on employee well-being.

Antiracist Checklist for Whites adapted from Dr. John Raible’s (2009) checklist for antiracist white allies.Robin DiAngelo, PhD Critical Racial & Social Justice Education

Checklist for non-racialized people to see where they are good allies and where there is room for improvement.

What to know about microaggressions in the workplace. Medical News Today

Impacts of microaggressions in the workplace. Microaggressions are subtle but harmful actions directed at targeted groups. Microaggressions may be verbal, behavioral, or environmental. Those targeted include people of color, females, those with disabilities, religious minorities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

How to talk about race at work. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

How to start open and compassionate conversations about race and racism. Principles, steps and considerations for organizations on how to have conversations about race with their employees.

Speaking Up Against Discrimination And Racism In The Workplace. Forbes

Chris Westfall is a Business coach and author of Easier and Leadership Language. He writes about the changing nature of the leadership conversation, and how communication creates the connections that matter.

Anti-Racism Tools. ResilienceBC: Anti-Racism Network

Includes tools through e-learning, articles, videos and podcasts/radio shows.