Thank You!

Thank you for completing the anti-racist survey. This is a critical step in guiding conversations to make companies a more inclusive place for all. The following page contains resources to provide additional information and support.

The survey is called the anti-racist survey. What does it mean to be anti-racist?

"The opposite of racist isn't 'not racist.' It is 'anti-racist.' What's the difference? One endorses either the idea of a racial hierarchy as a racist, or racial equality as an anti-racist. One either believes problems are rooted in groups of people, as a racist, or locates the roots of problems in power and policies, as an anti-racist. One either allows racial inequities to persevere, as a racist, or confronts racial inequities, as an anti-racist. There is no in-between safe space of 'not racist.”


― Ibram X. Kendi, How to Be an Antiracist

How can I learn more about issues of racism?

Movies and books that depict how racism has become engrained into the structure of society:

  • Movie: 13th by Ava Duvernay

  • Movie: The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution by Stanley Nelson

  • Book: Invisible No More by Andrea Ritchie

  • Book: Black Feminist Thought by Patricia Collins

Books aimed at helping individuals self-reflect and gain insight into the experiences of others:

  • Book: White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo, PhD

  • Book: How to be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi

  • Book: White Awake by Daniel Hill

  • Book: The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Resources to help in the fight against oppression:

I feel overwhelmed from intense conversations. What are some suggestions of how to cope?

This is a difficult topic. If you are feeling stressed, get help. For manageable amounts of stress, exercise, meditation, deep breathing, watching tv or listening to your favorite music can provide some stress relief. Social media at this time can add to your stress, so taking digital breaks can be highly beneficial. The following articles may also be of help:

I want to support anti-racism. How can I get involved?

If you are looking for ways to be involved, there are many organizations that are fighting this fight that can use your help and that also have resources to help you in your Anti-Racist journey.

  • Black Lives Matter

  • NAACP

  • NAACP – Legal Defense and Education Fund

  • Color of Change

  • ACLU

  • Blacks in I/O

  • Brother Lets Talk

  • Research local chapters and organizations