Other Resources & Organizations

Other Resources & Organizations

We believe that when individuals cooperate they can become an effective organization.  When organizations collaborate they can support movements that change nations. As such, we are delighted to share some incredible organizations below. 

If you are a member of an organization and would like to see it added to the list below, we would love to hear from you at info@bandoninclusivitygroup.com


Debby Irving – Finding Myself in the Story of Race / Debby Irving / TEDx Fenway

This talk is designed to be a 101 for white people about what white privilege and institutional racism are and how they manifest.
Systemic Racism Explained
Systemic racism affects every area of life in the US: incarceration rates to predatory loans. Trying to solve these problems requires changes in major parts of our system. 

Cracking the Codes: Joy DeGruy “A Trip to the Grocery Store”

In this film from World Trust, author and educator Joy DeGruy shares how her sister-in-law uses her white privilege to stand up to systemic inequity.

Privilege, Class, and Social Inequalities Explained in a $100 Race

Young adults learn a surprising lesson during this fascinating exercise. 

What Black Lives Matter means to an 11 year old

Eleven-year-old Jolia Bossette on being a Black kid in America.

Deconstructing White Privilege with Dr. Robin DeAngelo

White Fragility (interview) with Dr. Robin DiAngelo

Ibram X. Kendi at the FRY (author of How to Be an Antiracist)

What Does It Mean to be Anti-Racist? Good Morning America

Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man 



The Labor of Revolutionary Love with Valarie Kaur 

See No Stranger: Revolutionary Love as the Call of Our Times with Valarie Kaur

Finding Common Ground for the Common Good with Rich Mouw and Christy Vines

Native Land for visual map view of indigenous lands/regions globally. 

Fantastic list of Black documentaries/movies:  Black Film Archive 

Listening Deeply for Peace by Thich Nhat Hahn


The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union — beyond one person, party, or side. Their mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.

Learn about what’s happening across the most pressing civil liberties issues of our time, and what you can do. These issues include; Immigration,  Reproductive Rights, Criminal Justice, Security and Privacy, Voting Rights, Capital Punishment, Disability Rights, Free Speech, HIV, Human Rights, Juvenile Justice, National Security, Prisoners’ Rights, Racial Justice, Religious Liberty, Smart Justice, and Women’s Rights.


American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Website Link:



To End Systemic Racism, Ensure Systemic Equality



The SPLC is a catalyst for racial justice in the South and beyond, working in partnership with communities to dismantle white supremacy, strengthen intersectional movements, and advance the human rights of all people.

Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) Website Link:


Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 10 million people who take injustice personally. They campaign for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all.

They are funded by members and people like you and  are independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. No government is beyond scrutiny. No situation is beyond hope. 

Few would have predicted when they started that torturers would become international outlaws. That most countries would abolish the death penalty. And seemingly untouchable dictators would be made to answer for their crimes.


They investigate and expose the facts, whenever and wherever abuses happen. They lobby governments, and other powerful groups such as companies. Making sure they keep their promises and respect international law. 

By telling the powerful stories of the people they work with, they mobilize millions of supporters around the world to campaign for change and to stand in defense of activists on the frontline.  They support people to claim their rights through education and training. 

Amnesty International (AI) Website Link:


Who we are: Human Rights Watch investigates and reports on abuses happening in all corners of the world.  We are roughly 450 people of 70 plus nationalities who are country experts, lawyers, journalists, and others who work to protect the most at risk, from vulnerable minorities and civilians in wartime, to refugees and children in need.  We direct our advocacy towards governments, armed groups and businesses, pushing them to change or enforce their laws, policies and practices.  To ensure our independence, we refuse government funding and carefully review all donations to ensure that they are consistent with our policies, mission, and values.  We partner with organizations large and small across the globe to protect embattled activists and to help hold abusers to account and bring justice to victims.


Human Rights Watch (HRW) Website Link:


Statement of Purpose 

We, as military veterans, do hereby affirm our greater responsibility to serve the cause of world peace. To this end we will work, with others both nationally and internationally

  1. To increase public awareness of the causes and costs of war
  2. To restrain our governments from intervening, overtly and covertly, in the internal affairs of other nations
  3. To end the arms race and to reduce and eventually eliminate nuclear weapons
  4. To seek justice for veterans and victims of war
  5. To abolish war as an instrument of national policy.

To achieve these goals, members of Veterans For Peace pledge to use non-violent means and to maintain an organization that is both democratic and open with the understanding that all members are trusted to act in the best interests of the group for the larger purpose of world peace.

Veterans for Peace Website Link:



The link below is an outstanding resource and compilation of anti-racism information. An excellent place to spend a while. 


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