Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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These media – and other – resources will help you and your organization learn about how to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in your workplace and community.


Chinka Hodge Poem

It’s one thing to learn about diversity, equity, and inclusion intellectually and another to connect emotionally.  Art helps us connect emotionally.  Please watch this powerful video of Chinaka Hodge sharing her poem “Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50.”

 

 

“Diversifying the Conservation Movement: Approaches for Equity & Inclusion through Story & Culture” with Jose Gonzalez, Founder of Latino Outdoors (August 2015)

 “Solidarity in Racial Justice: Understanding Systemic Racism to Build Meaningful Partnerships” with Leo Buc & Michael Flynn from Common Vision (December 2015):

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*Related media: Anti-Racism Reading

Growing the Canopy: Racial Justice” with Leo Buc of Common Vision (August 2016):

  

“The Power of Diversity: Green 2.0” with José González of Latino Outdoors & Green 2.0 (August 2016):

Powerpoint coming soon!

“The Power of Diversity: Green 2.0” with Allegra Mautner of Friends of the Urban Forest (August 2016):

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Reading material on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Green 2.0 is an initiative dedicated to increasing racial diversity across mainstream environmental NGOs, foundations and government agencies. The Green 2.0 working group advocates for data transparency, accountability and increased resources to ensure that these organizations increase their diversity.

The report, The State of Diversity in Environmental Organizations: Mainstream NGOs, Foundations & Government Agencies, is the most comprehensive report on diversity in the environmental movement.

The report, Diversity Derailed, examines the executive search process used by mainstream environmental NGOs and foundations, and the search firms they employ to assist them in diversifying their senior staff.

 

 

 

 

Harvard Business Review: Why So few “Diversity Candidates” are hired?

  • Likely hood of choosing a woman candidate.
  • Likely hood of choosing a minority candidate.

 

 

 


Through a partnership with the National Association for Interpretation (NAI), California ReLeaf is able to bring you the following set of webinars on diversity, equity, inclusion, and engaging diverse communities:

It’s one thing to learn about diversity, equity, and inclusion intellectually and another to connect emotionally.  Art helps us connect emotionally.  Please watch this powerful video of Chinaka Hodge sharing her poem “Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50.”

Cultural Competency 101BrigetteWebinar1 with Brigette Rouson, J.D., M.A. with Rouson Associates (58:53) | Post-Survey

JoseWebinar1DefiningLatinoIdentitiesAndCommunitiesLatino Engagement with Nature and the Outdoors (Part 1: Defining Latino identities and Communities) with José G. González with Latino Outdoors (1:02:06) | Post-Survey

JoseWebinar2LatinoConnectionsWithTheOutdoorsLatino Engagement Part 2: Latino connections with the Outdoors with José G. González (1:02:06) | Post-Survey

JoseWebinar3EngagingLatinoCommunitiesLatino Engagement Part : Strategies and Approaches for relationship and community-building (1:02:32) |Post-Survey


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