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As we think about designing new work constructs post-Covid it's essential we do so thoughtfully with deliberate intention and execution on building systems that are equitable for all employees. This section is designed to support that work.
The events of 2020 have the field of HR navigating dual pandemics - Covid-19 and a reckoning with racism. The approaches and programs of HR’s past have not served us or our under-represented employees.

The U.S. spends $8 billion on diversity training every year,
, but
in corporate America (
)

The resources and company plans in this section have been curated to help leaders understand the importance of building more equitable organizations, analyze and address system programs that often work against under-represented employees, and see specific antiracism and equity programs from other companies that may help inspire and inform your efforts.
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Black Lives Matter
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A blog post by Snyk’s Chief People Officer, Dipti Snyk, providing a window into their diversity as they work to build more representative company.
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Listening, Learning, and Taking Action
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Crunchbase’s Commitment to Fighting Systemic Racism
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The Conversations Changing Our Company
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Supporting Black and Diverse Communities
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Our Commitment to Racial Equity
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Harvard Business School Anti-Racism Action Plan
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Addressing Racial Injustice
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Listening and Acting
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Taking Action for Racial Equality and Justice
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A Long-Term Plans for Anti-Racism at Skillcrush
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Our Plan to Become an Anti-Racist Force in the Recruiting Market
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We Stand in Solidarity & Support
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Being an Anti-Racist Company
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The Path Forward - Cultivating an Antiracist Company Culture
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A letter from Guru Gowrappan CEO, Verizon Media
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Equitable Org Resources
7 Examples of How a Company Can Take Action to Become an Anti-Racist Business
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Companies are speaking out against racism, but here’s what it really looks like to lead an anti-racist organization
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U.S. Businesses Must Take Meaningful Action Against Racism
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Today’s business leaders are highly motivated to fix all forms of discrimination within their organizations. But gender- and race-based pay inequity are proving to be among the most troubling elements of this issue today.
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How to build an actively anti-racist company
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Some Companies Say They Want to Be Antiracist. What Does That Mean?
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Aspen Institute Digital Anti-Racism Pledge Tracker
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The 10 Commitments Companies Must Make to Advance Racial Justice
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How to turn corporate antiracism from promise to practice
Upwork’s Head of DIB Dr. Erin Thomas shares tips on building antiracist practices
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Amid widespread protests against racism, HR leaders must acknowledge the emotional toll on employees and create safe spaces for candid conversation.
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6 Action Steps To Build an Anti-Racist Workplace
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Here’s What Companies Are Promising to Do to Fight Racism
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Racial Equity Action Plan Examples
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Three things organizations that are truly committed to racial equity β€” not only in the world around them, but also within their own workforces β€” should do.
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