Resources

These additional resources are from Karen Catlin’s Better Allies books.

Recap Chapter: Actions for Allies

For audio book listeners who want to reflect on and review the lists of everyday actions in the books, here are downloadable pdfs of the final chapter, “Recap: Actions for Better Allies”

Better Allies – Recap chapter

Belonging in Healthcare – Recap chapter

Stock Photography and Illustrations Featuring People from Underrepresented Groups

Representation matters. We’ve curated a list of sites that specialize in stock photos and illustrations featuring people from underrepresented groups.

Source for an inclusive language slackbot

www.betterallies.com/language/

Articles on using more inclusive language

“11 Common English Words And Phrases With Racist Origins” by Dylan Lyons. https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/common-racist-words-phrases

“70 Inclusive Language Principles That Will Make You A More Successful Recruiter” by Nehemiah Green. medium.com/diversity-together/70-inclusive-language-principles-that-will-make-you-a-more-successful-recruiter-part-1-79b7342a0923

“100 Ways to Make the World Better for Non-binary People” by AC Dumlao. broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/evkwm4/how-to-be-an-ally-to-non-binary-gender-non-conforming-people-support

“An Incomplete Guide to Inclusive Language for Startups and Tech” by Courtney Seiter.
buffer.com/resources/inclusive-language-tech/

“Disability Writing & Journalism Guidelines” by Center for Disability Rights. www.cdrnys.org/disability-writing-journalism-guidelines/

“The Radical Copyeditor’s Style Guide for Writing About Transgender People” by Alex Kapitan. radicalcopyeditor.com/2017/08/31/transgender-style-guide/

“Use These Culturally Offensive Phrases, Questions at Your Own Risk,” by Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. https://www.ictinc.ca/blog/culturally-offensive-phrases-you-should-use-at

 

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