Cultural Equity Resources

We’ve gathered this list of articles, trainings, and self-education resources related to anti-racism to help our community members navigate the fight for social justice. We’ll be regularly updating this list and categorizing as it fills up, so if you have anything you’d like to add, please email

A Leader’s Guide: Finding and Keeping Your Next Chief Diversity Officer

Anti-racism Resources Document compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker, Alyssa Klein

Black Lives Matter Movement Website

Delivering through Diversity – Full Report from McKinsey & Company

Equity Training Consultants

FREE TEMPLATE: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Policy Template from Bloomerang

Glossary of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Terms – JM International

Learning Modules from Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Movement For Black Lives – Policy Platforms

The Origin of Race in America [Video]

Showing Up For Racial Justice

Stages of Anti-Racism Resources and Worksheet

Teaching While White

Why Diversity Matters? – McKinsey & Company

FAI Staff / Board DEIA training (since 2015)

Board Diversification – Liz Allen Fey, Strategy and Leadership

Board Diversification – Non-Profit Connect

Cultural Equity – Renaissance Management and Training

Cultural Equity Intensive (year-long full staff and board session) – Team Dynamics

Cultural Equity Plan Process – Clay Lord, Americans for the Arts

Diversity & Inclusion – Kansas City Chamber of Commerce

Diversity & Inclusion for Non-Profits – Nicole Price, Lively Paradox

Harassment & Discrimination – MOCSA (Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault)

Indigenous Allyship – ShoShona Kish, International Indigenous Music Summit

Pronouns and Gender Identity – Fawn Lies, FAI staff peer to peer training

Organizational Allyship – Ellen Gilbert, Global Education Center

Racial Justice – SURJ (Showing up for Racial Justice)

Racialized Experiences – PaKou Her, Tseng Development Group

Spiritual Activism 101 – Rachel Ricketts, Activist and Trainer

Women’s Leadership Forum – Kaisha Johnson, Women of Color in the Arts