Many people feel ill-equipped or anxious about discussing race in the workplace. This set of guides was put together by colleagues at Stanford University to support their work to stand in solidarity with their students, colleagues, and community members of colour, as well as take action to create long-lasting, systemic change to address racial injustice and inequality. The set of guides cover the following:

  • Start with self – includes understanding personal biases and self-care
  • Get comfortable with being uncomfortable – includes creating psychological safety to have difficult conversations
  • How to talk about racism – includes why it’s important to discuss racism and how to lead an effective discussion
  • Anti-racism: Take action to confront and reject racism – includes what is anti-racism and how to be anti-racist
  • Practice allyship – includes what it means to be an ally and how to act beyond being an ally
  • Change – includes creating and sustaining change and cultural transformation

Access the resources here

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