Presents: A Candid Conversation: Building an Antiracist Society Recording and Resources

During this week’s webinar, CEO and President Brenda Darden Wilkerson discussed the importance of building an antiracist society with leaders Dr. Kamau Bobb, Global Lead, Diversity Strategy & Research at Google; Andrea Fishman, Partner at PWC; Liza Layne, London Community Leader; and Alexandria Butler, Senior Program Manager at Twitter.

Watch the full recording below. Scroll down to see our list of resources to help you connect, learn, and find support.

Resource Link Participant
Supporting women and non-binary adults with low incomes, and 91% Black, Indigenous and additional People of Color (BIPOC) Michelle Glauser
Season to Soar – Developing programs for underprivileged and underrepresented youth. Praveena Ayyadurai
Diversity coaching and consulting @changecadet Janet Evarts
Black owned fitness @libbychristensen Emily Tucci
Campaign Zero and Brittany Packnett Cunningham

The comprehensive platform of research-based policy solutions to end police brutality in America. Caroline Lee
US cities segregated by design – history of laws and policies that have created inequities/sustained bias Kendsie Channing
Parenting and education through a critical race lens @theconsciouskid Brianne Lippert
Amplify black voices and experiences in academia  #BlackintheIvory Laurie Heyer
Gideon Akande

Black owned fitness

@getfitwithgiddy Kristin Bongiovanni
Social media for promoting black as beautiful @creativesoulphoto







Monique McIntosh
Balancing on Unstable Surfaces

Reflections on the challenges of balancing work and life in a constantly shifting environment Sheila Thorne
Rachel Cargle – activist/writer/speaker. Sarah McComb

Stefanie Fackrell

Ibram X. Kendi – How To Be An Anti-Racist Sarah McComb

Bonnie Richardson

Black Lives Matter Sarah McComb
NAACP Sarah McComb
Bozoma Saint John

Brands supporting social causes

@badassboz Ashley Cohn
Defunding the police


@janayathefuture Jared Maddox
Me and White Supremacy anti-racism workbook – Layla Saad Danielle Lapointe

Michelle Glauser

Army supporting Black Lives Matter

Find links and donate to non-profit organizations supporting the BLM movement that have been vetted Lily Lee
Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE) Lily Lee
Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones:

Racism is a system of structuring opportunity and assigning value based on the social interpretation of how one looks (which is what we call “race”), that unfairly disadvantages some individuals and communities, unfairly advantages other individuals and communities, and saps the strength of the whole society through the waste of human resources

Bonnie Richardson
Dr Banaji -blind spots in racism Michael Kaufman Twitter Natasha Green
Implicit Association Test (IAT)

Bias discovery for individuals, helps you check your privilege Jeff Crumb
Coaching, consulting, equity audits Ellen B Green
Whiteness at Work Ellen B Green
Perfectionism is a tool of white supremacy Ellen B Green
Ethics, Identity, and Political Vision: Toward a Justice-Centered Approach to Equity in Computer Science Education Sloan Davis
Donate to

Natasha Green
Lexi Butler Instagram @naturallylexi27

@sistacirclebwit (a group for black women in tech)

@unfiltered_27 (Career tips)

@naturallylexi (personal page)

Lekisha Middleton
Uncomfortable conversations with a Black Man Perrine Crampton Events Natasha Green
Direct action items (updated regularly), Educational Resources, Donation Matching Google Form, Culture and Arts Club Nicole Calasich
Networking/Mentoring Zontziry Johnson
equity x design course Kendsie Channing
Information on what Defund the Police means and how to explain it

Jennifer FIlipowski
What it means to be actively anti-racist and how to confront discomfort and denial about white privilege Isabelle Wattenberg
Tumblr of short “Racism/Anti-Racism 101” videos for people new to the conversation; this is the granny toss of educational resources and meant to spare POC (especially Black folks) when people expect you to explain racism to them. Nicole Calasich
How to be an Anti-Racist Ally Jennifer FIlipowski
Anti-racism resources for white people –
List of learning resources intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work. Katie Besgen
Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) – an organization with very specific actions for white people Deanna Grams
The New Jim Crow Jennifer FIlipowski
Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present: Carolina Moreno
United Women of Color Helen Hawkins
National Database that lets you search which of your elected representatives took money from Police PACs Nicole Calasich
Black comedians/Sanity


@jaboukie (Jaboukie Young-White)

@dulcesloan (Dulce Sloan)

@solomongeorgio (Solomon Georgio)

@chethinks (Michael Che)


@blacktresscomedy (Naomi Ekperigin)

Nicole Calasich
Google Form that matches you with a person in the tech industry whose company does corporate-matching for charitable donations and who have agreed to donate to a BLM-related cause.  Double matching for BLM, The Bail Project, ACLU, NAACP, Fair Fight Nicole Calasich
DEI Consultants Regina Angeles
Black Parents Explain How to Deal with the Police | HiHo Kids
Black women doing work in tech: Latanya Sweeney (Harvard) Mariana
White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism – Robin DiAngelo Mariana
Black women doing work in digital media: Kishonna Gray (University of Illinois at Chicago, Harvard) Mariana
Why White Liberals Are So Unwilling to Recognize Their Own Racism


Black women doing work in tech: Joy Boulamwini (MIT) Mariana
James Baldwin and America’s Racial Problem, London, 1969 Mariana
Ethics in Your World – Cornel West & Danielle Allen conversation Mariana

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