5 Resources Your Business Can Use To Fight Racism

5 Resources Your Business Can Use To Fight Racism

Business Resources to Take Immediate Action and Commit to Ongoing Structural Work to Dismantle White Supremacy.

“We recognize that it is not enough to be quietly non-racist, and that we have a responsibility to become vocal, visible anti-racist leaders,” writes B Lab U.S. & Canada Co-CEO Anthea Kelsick in a letter in early June to the community of Certified B Corporations.

Inclusion, equity and interdependence are integral parts of the B Corp community and each business that certifies. But the inequalities borne out along race lines, prominently visible in the United States, show that inclusion without a specific focus on anti-racism training, resourcing, action and accountability has clearly not been enough.

Whether your business has been working on anti-racism initiatives, policies and practices for years or this is your business’s and your own first steps on this journey, B Lab U.S. & Canada has researched and pulled together recommended resources for getting started and staying committed. Find links to these and more resources on B Lab’s Anti-Racism Resources page.

Immediate Action: Petitions, Civic Engagement and Donations

Using your voice — and your company’s — to publicly support efforts to end police brutality and seek justice for Black people who have lost their lives, including George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, is an immediate way to take action. Other