Manager Guide on Discussing Race and Protest in the Workplace
This document was created by CUIMC HR to provide managers with information on how to appropriately discuss race and protests in the workplace. The resources included will provide all staff information on systematic racism in the United States, protesting, and authentic allyship.
Resources for Promoting Racial Justice and Eliminating Anti-Black Violence
Books, films, articles, and podcasts, as well as links to Columbia University Life forums about race.
CUIMC Well-Being Resources
A guide to Columbia's programs to help you find a healthy lifestyle and promote well-being.
CUIMC Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a network of free or discounted services to support your personal success and help with everyday challenges.
Columbia Public Safety
A guide to public safety at Columbia University, and the public safety escort program.
Anti-Racism and Racial Equality Resources
Black Lives Matter Resources
Black Lives Matter toolkits about healing justice and conflict resolution.
A reading list to provide a deeper understand about the history of racial injustice and help navigate conversations about race and social injustice.
“Talking About Race”
From the National Museum of African American History and Culture, an explanation of types of racism and how to be anti-racist.
How You Can Be an Ally in the Fight for Racial Justice
Activist DeRay Mckesson explains how we can show up and stand up in the struggle for equality and equity.
Dismantling Racism: A Resource Book
Resource materials designed to supplement a Dismantling Racism workshop, and for individuals and organizations working for racial justice and social change.
Racial Justice Assessment Tool
A tool for organizations to see see how far they've gone in the fight for racial justice and where they need to improve.
Coming Out for Racial Justice
An anti-racist organizational development toolkit for LGBTQ groups and activists.
White Coats for Black Lives
The Racial Justice Report Card outlines ways academic medical centers can promote anti-racism, faciliate efforts to change, and ensure accountability.
A detailed and shareable resource document for white people and parents to deepen or begin anti-racism work.