The Freedom Forum is a nonpartisan foundation dedicated to free press, free speech and free spirit for all people. The foundation focuses on three priorities: the Newseum, First Amendment freedoms and newsroom diversity.
Mapping Census 2000: The Geography of U.S. Diversity
America's Racial and Ethnic Divides: series of Articles for The Washington Post.
DiversityInc's mission is to bring education and clarity to the business benefits of diversity. Founded in 1998, DiversityInc expanded from its origins as an online publication—DiversityInc.com—into a national magazine in 2002. DiversityInc is a privately owned company with no outside investors. The magazine is now monthly.
The American Civil Liberties Union. The mission of the ACLU is to preserve all of these protections and guarantees...we work also to extend rights to segments of our population that have traditionally been denied their rights, including Native Americans and other people of color; lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people; women; mental-health patients; prisoners; people with disabilities; and the poor.
Founded in 1988, The Working Group is an Oakland-based non-profit media company that combines television, internet and web resources with outreach and organizing efforts in the areas of workplace issues; race, diversity and the battle against intolerance; and encouraging democracy and citizen participation. In addition to producing the Not In Our Town PBS series and national anti-hate campaign, TWG is the largest distributor of workplace media in the country, producing the award-winning public television series We Do the Work and Livelyhood.
Follow a diverse group of immigrants and refugees as they leave their home and families behind and learn what it means to be new Americans in the 21st century.
In the past forty years, immigration has dramatically changed the religious landscape of the United States. Today, the encounter between people of different religious traditions takes place in our own cities and neighborhoods. In 1991, the Pluralism Project at Harvard University began a pioneering study of America's changing religious landscape. Through an expanding network of affiliates, we document the contours of our multi-religious society, explore new forms of interfaith engagement, and study the impact of religious diversity in civic life. In 2000, we expanded our study of pluralism to other multi-religious societies.
Report to the Industry "Executives of Color: What It Takes To Succeed"
Report to the Industry: Leading the Way: Making Diversity Real
The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications - NAMIC is a 501(c) (6) trade association that was founded in 1980. NAMIC educates, advocates and empowers for multi-ethnic diversity in the telecommunications industry through its 17 nationwide chapters. NAMIC welcomes existing and aspiring broadband and new media professionals to our membership roster. Members are cable operators, programmers, hardware suppliers, telecommunication and new media professionals and entrepreneurs. Our members come from customer contact offices, executive suites and every position in-between. They are of every race; multiple cultures — and they are all committed to a future in which these differences are strengths.
DiversityCentral.com is a business center for managing diversity and developing "cultural intelligence." We believe Cultural Intelligence is an essential ingredient for business success in the 21st century. The collection of articles published in Cultural Diversity at Work represents a remarkable archive chronicling corporate diversity efforts over the past 14 years in the United States, Canada, Australia and several other countries.
Through the Library of Congress: provides free and open access to historic maps, photos, documents, audio and video. Topics include Women's history, Native American history, African-American history, Immigration, American Expansion...
Anti-defamation League: ADL is a leading provider of anti-bias education and diversity training programs that help create and sustain inclusive home, school, community and work environments. Topics include Hispanic affairs, Anti-Semitism, Interfaith, Civil Rights...
Racial Slur database: Slur count as of April 2009 was 2,649 - explanations and origins of racial slurs, common and otherwise...
Televisions most-watched history series, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE has been hailed as "peerless" (Wall Street Journal), "the most consistently enriching program on television" (Chicago Tribune), and "a beacon of intelligence and purpose" (Houston Chronicle). On air and online, the series brings to life the incredible characters and epic stories that have shaped America's past and present. Acclaimed by viewers and critics alike, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE documentaries have been honored with every major broadcast award, including twenty-four Emmy Awards, four duPont-Columbia Awards, and fourteen George Foster Peabody Awards, one most recently for Two Days in October.
Founded in 1991 by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences for our nation's children. To us, tolerance is an ethic.
Dedicated to empowering African, Hispanic, and Asian Americans to advance themselves in society and improve their quality of life. Focuses on the major challenges that face people of color in a number of critical interest areas, such as: Business, politics, civil rights, workplace, education...
Devoted to connecting, amplifying and advancing campus diversity work throughout postsecondary education. The DiversityWeb project is housed within the Office of Diversity, Equity and Global Initiatives at the Association of the American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Global Initiatives (DEGI) sees diversity and global knowledge as essential elements of any effort to foster civic engagement among today's college students. To support those goals, the office helps colleges and universities to establish diversity as a comprehensive institutional commitment and educational priority.
Increase awareness of prejudice and discrimination and examine its causes and roots; open dialogue with and between students and educators from elementary school through college; and promote understanding and respect for all through the critical exploration and analysis of films, television, and other media.