Inclusion Starts With I (Accenture) – is a discussion around the importance of a positive, inclusive work environment. Starring a group of Accenture people, this video demonstrates that bias can appear in both expected and unexpected ways—and that each of us has the power to make a difference.
Off the Shelf: Author Talk with Jessica Ingram -In her book “Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial,” images of those places are interspersed with oral histories from victims’ families and investigative journalists, as well as pages from newspapers and FBI files and other ephemera. Ingram unlocks powerful and complex histories to reframe these commonplace landscapes as sites of both remembrance and resistance. She transforms the way we regard both what has happened and what’s happening now—as the fight for civil rights goes on and memorialization has become the literal subject of contested cultural and societal ground.
Dear White People -an American comedy-drama television series on Netflix that follows several black college students at an Ivy League institution, touching on issues surrounding modern American race relations.
Picture a Scientist (Tribeca Film Festival 2020) – Documentary about three women scientists, how they overcame challenges in the workplace and are working to make the science research environment more diverse, equitable, and open to all
When They See Us – fictional, based on the Central Park case in 1989 where black teens were falsely accused of raping a jogger
1619 – a New York Times audio series, hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones, that examines the long shadow of American slavery
Affirm Podcast – This biweekly mental health podcast is for women of color who seek wholeness through affirming their worth and placing value on their mental health
American Police – NPR, the origins of American policing and how those origins put violent control of Black Americans at the heart of the system
Everyday Black Men PodcastJoin Riker, R. Reed, and Armstead as they discuss topics from the viewpoints of three everyday black men. From the latest in pop culture to black thoughts and relationship problems, there is no topic too controversial