AchieveUnite Inc. is deeply committed to inclusion of every kind both in the company, and leading change across the technology industry in a positive, constructive, be the solution, not the problem way. We are also committed to deepening our own understanding of the roots and effects of racism in the United States and to begin taking healing actions.

Understanding that change comes from within, over the next several months we will be reflecting on our own organizational practices and our own unconscious bias. As part of that, we have hosted a series of Be the Change: Our Response to Racism roundtable sessions with our AchieveUnite University Alumni. The rich conversation was led by two well-respected voices in the field of equity, diversity and inclusion, Cheryl Shapero and Jackie Scott.

Cheryl and Jackie also compiled a list of anti-racism resources designed to help everyone learn more and help themselves understand how they can join the conversation in a way that works best for them, and make positive change in the world. We encourage everyone to re-share this list as part of this movement for change.

Anti-Racism Resources

First, Listen. Then, Learn: Anti-Racism Resources For White People:

Anti-Racist Resources from Greater Good: The Greater Good Science Center, Berkeley, University of California

The Segregation Myth: Richard Rothstein Debunks an American Lie: NowThis

I Interrupted A Racist Joke, Paul Scanlon

Listen to ‘1619,’ a Podcast: The New York Times

The antiracist resources Fortune staffers are reading and sharing:

For White Students, How to Talk about Race:

Discomfort, Anxiety, and Grief: Confronting Racism with Colleagues: Harvard Business Review

Few will have the greatness to bend history itself; but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total; of all those acts will be written the history of this generation.  Robert F. Kennedy


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