These “Additional Resources” are from Better Allies: Everyday Actions to Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces.
Source for an inclusive language slackbot
Recap Chapter: Actions for Allies
For audio book listeners who want to reflect on and review the lists of everyday actions in the book, we provide a downloadable pdf of the final “Recap” chapter.
Stock Photography and Illustrations Featuring People from Underrepresented Groups
Black.illustrations: Illustrations of Black people for your next digital project. Many packs are free, some packs come with a small fee.
Canva Natural Woman Collection: Images featuring everyday women who are as diverse as they are beautiful. While most are available for a fee, some are free.
CreateHER Stock: Authentic stock images featuring melanated women. Some freebies, others available with a monthly subscription fee.
Disabled And Here: Free and inclusive stock photos featuring disabled Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) across the Pacific Northwest.
The Disability Collection: Images that break stereotypes and authentically portray people with disabilities in everyday life. Available for a fee.
Gender Spectrum Collection: Free images of trans and non-binary models that go beyond the clichés.
Jopwell Collection: Free stock photos featuring Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.
Lean In Collection at Getty Images: Images devoted to the powerful depiction of women, girls and the people who support them. Available for a fee.
nappy: Beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown people. For free.
PhotoAbility: Images of people with differing abilities, available for a fee.
Queer in Tech: Free stock photos to promote the visibility of queer and gender-nonconforming people in technology.
TONL: Culturally diverse stock photos, available for a fee.
UKBlackTech: Free stock photos of Black, Asian and minority ethnics using technology.
WOCintechchat: Free stock photos of women of color working in tech settings.
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.
“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