FEATURED: AAPI Heritage Month

FEATURED: AAPI Heritage Month

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FEATURED: AAPI Heritage Month
  • What is AAPI Heritage Month?

    Gain a richer understanding of how to observe AAPI Heritage Month company-wide in May, engaging all employees in celebrating the many contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to American culture, including how to extend the value of this raised awareness throughout the year.

  • How to React When a Coworker Says Something Racially Insensitive

    In this example video, learn how to correctly intervene when a coworker says something that’s racially insensitive.

  • What is Bystander Training?

    Ever heard of “bystander training”? Find out what it is and how it can make employees and workplaces safer. Learn how bystander training provides people with methods and tools to identify harmful behaviors and intervene on a victim’s behalf without compromising their own safety.

  • Combating Bias Against Asian Americans at Work

    Bias and violence against Asian Americans has increased dramatically since the beginning of the pandemic. In this video, we cover 5 concrete steps you can take to help mitigate bias and racism against Asian American in the workplace.

  • What is Racism?

    Explore three different facets of racism -- overt, covert, and systemic -- to gain a better understanding of how racism impacts people and our society and be better prepared to address and combat it.

  • What is the Myth of the Model Minority?

    Learn the historical and cultural context of the “model minority” myth, and why it is both false and damaging.

  • What are the Differences Between Nationality, Ethnicity, and Race?

    Review these helpful definitions and analysis of the terms race, nationality, and ethnicity and the differences between them. Recognize why many people don’t fit neatly into or identify with a set of pre-defined categories.

  • What is the Racial Makeup of the U.S.?

    Take a look at the United States’ racial makeup, how it has changed in recent years, and how DEI programs can respond to and reflect this increased diversity.

  • Inclusive Language for Race/Ethnicity

    Explore 3 components of cultural identity -- race, ethnicity, and nationality -- and their differences. Learn about intersectionality and why you should never make assumptions about someone’s cultural identity. Get helpful advice for asking others respectfully, if and when the topic is relevant.

  • What is Colorism?

    Open your awareness to colorism: prejudice or discrimination against darker-skinned people in favor of lighter-skinned people. Recognize the connection between colorism and white supremacy and consider the negative impacts of colorism in multiple racial and ethnic communities worldwide.