Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

DEI Digital Library

Advancing Reproductive Justice for All
by Suzanne Bell

My commitment to reproductive justice only deepened after I became a mom. Read More »

Teaching your children resilience for hard times? These kids’ books are all about it
by Jen Rose Smith

Children's books that teach resilience —  Here's a roundup of books that explore the resilience of children and youth who have lived, grown and even thrived through great hardship. "Love Twelve Miles Long" by Glenda Armand is a fictional account of the lives of a young Frederick Douglass and his… Read More »

Coronavirus kills far more Hispanic and Black children than White youths, CDC study finds
by William Wan

More than 75 percent of children dying from covid-19 are minorities, a finding that echoes disproportionate death rates among adults Read More »

Addressing Anti-Black Microaggressions in Filipino Families
by Kaja Perina

Some “microintervention” tips to tackle anti-Black racism in everyday life. Read More »

How to Protest Safely During a Pandemic
by Katie Way

Here’s how to protect yourself and others as you put your body on the line. Read More »

Two Crises Convulse a Nation: A Pandemic and Police Violence
by By Jack Healy and Dionne Searcey

Emotions were already raw over the toll of a pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 people across the country and cost millions of jobs. Read More »

A running list of anti-racism resources
by Thom Waite

Protesters are taking to the streets of the United States for George Floyd, and black lives lost and affected by racism – here’s how to educate yourself and stay engaged. Read More »

Save the Tears: White Woman's Guide
by Tatiana Mac

If you're a white woman who is watching the world burn because of police murder against Black people, and you don't know what to do, I wrote you a guide. Read More »

Shaun King Keeps Raising Money, and Questions About Where It Goes
by Kali Holloway

He blamed issues at The North Star on over-ambition, but seven former employees of the site King launched with great fanfare painted a darker picture. Read More »