Resources for diversity, equity and inclusion to help you and your organization.
A national training and organizational development firm dedicated to supporting arts and culture non profits interested in becoming more just and equitable community partners, with equity, diversity, and inclusion as outcomes of their work.
Led by Keryl McCord and her team of facilitators, Equity Quotient is the League’s partner in Chicago. To date more than 90 individuals in Chicago have taken the anti-racism training with EQ.
Chicago ROAR is a regional program of Crossroads Antiracism Organizing & Training. The purpose of Chicago ROAR is to dismantle systemic racism and build antiracist multicultural diversity within institutions and communities implemented primarily by training institutional transformation teams.
Enrich Chicago is a collaborative of 30 Chicagoland arts and philanthropic organizations (“the cohort”) committed to ending racism and systemic oppression in the arts sector.
artEquity offers training and consulting services to individuals and organizations on creating and sustaining a culture of equity and inclusion through the arts and culture. Training topics address structural and systemic issues of identity, power-sharing language and communication, team building, and strategies to initiate and normalize equity-based approaches in organizational and community culture.
A tool for predominately white organizations and multi-racial organizations of white people and people of color.
This tool is part of a Race Matters toolkit. The questions use a racial lens to size up staffing and operational aspects. The assessment then offers additional tools and next steps based on how the organization scores.
A Racial Equity Impact Assessment (REIA) is a systematic examination of how different racial and ethnic groups will likely be affected by a proposed action or decision. REIAs are used to minimize unanticipated adverse consequences in a variety of contexts, including the analysis of proposed policies, institutional practices, programs, plans and budgetary decisions. The REIA can be a vital tool for preventing institutional racism and for identifying new options to remedy long-standing inequities.