Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
The Center’s 2019 New Jersey Non-Profit Diversity Report shows New Jersey non-profits have serious gaps in diversity within our organizations. A follow-up to this study is forthcoming.
Here are some resources to help take the next steps to work towards becoming more inclusive and equitable. This list is a very preliminary starting point and a continuous work in progress. It is only one step in a much longer, intentional commitment to advancing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging within non-profits and in society at large. We will continue to share our progress, learnings and resources along the way.
Recommended additions are welcome and appreciated.
Building Movement Project, Race to Lead
BoardSource, Leading with Intent
Center for the Study of White American Culture (CSWAC) – Workshops and Resources
Koya Partners, The Governance Gap
Equity in the Center, Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture
National Council of Nonprofits, Diversity Equity and Inclusion
Vu Le, Nonprofit AF (blog), Diversity Equity Posts
The Nonprofit Quarterly, racial equity section
“Is Your Board Ready to Intentionally Embrace EDI?” – Blog by Yvette Murry, CEO, YRM Consulting.
Select sessions from the Center for Non-Profits’ 2020 Virtual NJ Non-Profit Conference, December 2-3, 2020:
- The opening plenary session: opening remarks from Linda Czipo, President & CEO of the Center for Non-Profits and messages from Governor Phil Murphy; Calvin Ledford, President of the PSEG Foundation; Maisha Simmons, Director of New Jersey Grantmaking, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Cory Booker, United States Senator from New Jersey; and the keynote address by David Campt, Ph.D., Founder and Principal of The Dialogue Company. (Visit davidcampt.com for more information, also see his blog, 12 Do’s and Don’ts for Effective Persuasion and the other resources on his sites.) View on YouTube
- The closing plenary discussion, “How Philanthropies and Non-Profits Can Advance Equity and Anti-Racism,” moderated by Dr. Campt with panelists Tanuja Dehne, President & CEO, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation; Erik Estrada, Community Manager, Community Foundation of South Jersey; Taneshia Nash Laird, President & CEO, Newark Symphony Hall; and Rick Thigpen, Chairperson, PSEG Foundation. View on YouTube