We are committed to sustaining a welcoming, positive and diverse environment for people of all genders, races, ethnicities, abilities, religions, and sexual orientations.
I have enjoyed several resources to learn about and boost diversity at the workplace.
Betterallies.com is a great place to start. And they have a newsletter!
Whether or not you think systemic bias at the workplace exist, I recommend you take a look at Harvards implicit bias test
Gender neutral language is a powerful tool to be inclusive and fight against stereotypes (as well as grammatically correct!)
Instead of his or hers, if you don’t know the gender of the person you are referring to, you can use singular they
If it was good enough for Shakespeare, it is good enough for you.
Here is a site where science researchers collect real stories that express discrimination and turn them into comics: