- Yes Magazine - My White Friend Asked Me on Facebook to Explain White Privilege. I Decided to Be Honest
- Guidance for BAME Employers
- The assumptions of white privilege and what we can do about it article
- Here is an important message from the BBC Asia Network
- Social Matters Podcast: The impact of COVID-19 on black & ethnic minority people
- ‘Black NHS staff & COVID-19: addressing risk’
- Impact of COVID-19 on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff in mental healthcare settings
- Out of the Shadows YouTube video
- Guide to being an ally
- 5 Things Allies Can Do to Sponsor Co-workers from Underrepresented Groups
- Expert research centre on health equalities announced
- Here is a powerful message from Simon Albury MBE (Chair at Campaign for Broadcasting Equality CIO).
"Your black employees are exhausted. Your black employees are scared. Your black employees are crying in between meetings. Your black employees have mentally checked out. Your black employees are putting on a performance. Forgive us if our work isn’t up to par, we just saw a lynching. Pardon us if we’re quiet in the Zoom meetings, we’re wondering if we’ll be the next hashtag. Spare some grace if we’re not at the company happy hour, because the hour of joy that most adults look forward to has been stolen from us due to the recent string of black death. We’re biting our tongues, swallowing our rage and fighting back tears to remain professional because expressing that hurt caused by witnessing black death is considered more unprofessional, than black men and women actually being killed. So if you can, please, be mindful. Your black employees are dealing with a lot."
You may also find this weblink of interest: https://medium.com/@shenequagolding/maintaining-professionalism-in-the-age-of-black-death-is-a-lot-5eaec5e17585.
- Educational resource that explores how black pupils (Afro Caribbean in particular) are disenfranchised and discriminated against in the school system and how some manage to succeed against the odds.
- Here is a collection of resources that will assist you:
- The Black male effect: Challenges and experiences of young black male social workers in children and young peoples services.
- ‘Black Out Day’ July 7th https://byp-network.com/events/36316