Call For Entries! SF Youth Film Uprising: Applications for San Francisco's First Youth-led Film Festival! Are you passionate about social issues from Black Lives Matter to environmental justice? Your voice is important right now, it’s time to tell your story. No prior experience is needed and your film doesn’t need to be polished. We believe anyone can be a filmmaker as long as they have a story. First-time filmmakers, those planning to use their phone to make a film, and anyone with interest are encouraged to apply! Go to @sfyouthfilmuprising on Instagram for details and where to submit (link in their bio). Deadline is at the end of November!3 Percent Movement - Until The 3% Movement came along, only 3% of Creative Directors were women. And very few were people of color. We're changing the ratio because the more varied the people who come up with ideas, the better the ideas will be. In a world where women influence upwards of 80% of consumer spending and 60% of social media sharing, this is business suicide. Through a mix of content, community and professional development, we've helped raise the number of female CDs to 29% while giving agencies a clear road map of ways to champion female creative talent and leadership. Our movement includes a 2-day annual fall conference, one-day MiniCons in cities around the world, a Certification Program, agency consulting programs, a vibrant online community, a live Super Bowl Tweetup, a student scholarship fund, a business blog and more.
The 15 best places to find diverse stock photos for ethical, style-savvy businesswomen & bloggers.The Best Resources for Black Entrepreneurs - The organizations included in the link offer a wealth of resources for Black entrepreneurs, including funding, education, and robust networking opportunities.
CBS Diversity and Inclusion - Recognizing the power and influence a media company carries through its various business units, including Network Programming, Network News, Local Television and Radio Stations, Cable and Publishing, CBS has been on the forefront of making diversity a reality through a wide array of initiatives targeted to talent in front of and behind the camera as well as outreach to diverse vendors and professional service suppliers. Our goal is to impact the industry.
Free the Work/Free the Bid - In 2016, director Alma Har’el founded Free The Bid as a response to her own experience of the ad industry's hiring inequalities. The Free The Bid pledge prompted brands and their agencies to include at least one woman among the three directors bidding for every commercial job. These commitments led to measurable increases in the number of women creators considered and hired for major ads. Now that our approach to fighting systemic bias has begun to see success in the advertising industry, we're setting our sights on more expansive horizons. More industries. More forms of storytelling. More creators from more underrepresented backgrounds. More data. More minds blown. Most of all, better work. Welcome to Free The Bid 2.0.—FREE THE WORK.
Inclusion 101 for Gaming Clubs - AnyKey created Inclusion 101 with folks from a wide range of gaming groups in mind. This guide is for professional esports players, college varsity teams, intramural clubs, tournament admins, event producers, stream squads, and more. They offer online training and downloadable materials designed to foster inclusion in any group that is united by their shared focus on gameplay.Resources to Help Empower Asian and Pacific Islander Communities
Writers Guild of America West - Inclusion and Equity advocacy for industry personnel for representation, equity, and a positive image of historically underemployed writers.
Accredited Schools Online: LGBTQ+ Student Resources & Support - Resources and information about support systems available to help them navigate both high school and college environments.Ad Age: A Regularly Updated Blog Tracking Brands Responses to Social JusticeAdobe: Adobe Education Exchange - Resources to Learn and Create for Social JusticeAdobe Education Exchange: "Twenty & Odd" short film and student learning resources. This short film and companion guide were created by 6 African-American women and the National Parks Service with a goal of portraying 400 years of the African-American experience.
Amazon Prime Video: Honor Juneteenth with Black Voice and StoriesAnnuity Payment Freedom: Black Business Grants & Minority Resources for small businessesThe Anti-Oppression Network: What is Allyship?Apple TV app: Free movies, shows, and docs that honor Black lives, you’ll also find themed collections that spotlight Black directors, chronicle the ongoing civil rights struggle, celebrate excellence, and more.Arts Administrators of Color Network: Accomplices Leadership Institute - July 27-29, 2020Ava DuVernay's Array Film Studio: "ARRAY 101: FREE social justice, advocacy and impact learning guides and supplemental learning materials for Array’s film and television content suitable for students from ages 9 to adult"BE Conference: Hear from actress, director, producer, and CSUN Alumna Eva Longoria and how she called on Hollywood to do more to actively fight racism in keynote for The WrapBest Colleges: College Guide for LGBTQ Students- This guide covers applying to college as an LGBTQ student, insightful resources, expert interviews, and even scholarships!BIPOC DOC Editors: Find an editor for your next project to promote the priority of an inclusive edit room from the top."Black Cinema Matters: Black films have championed Black lives for over 100 years—while white America studiously ignored them.” By Dr. Artel Great- SFSU Cinema Professor articleBlack Freelancers Web Directory: Highlighting Black Freelancers and Businesses"Black Lives Matter" Content: "Black Lives Matter" Content: Learn more about racial injustice and the Black experience in America with this collection of films, series and documentaries on NetflixBlack Lives Matter: Anti-Racist Resource List- Reading & viewing resource lists for all those interested in furthering their Anti-Racist educationBlack Lives Matter Universal Resources: Carrd for different resources, petitions, donating, etc. in relation to BLM on what you can do to educate yourself and take actionBlack Public MediaBlackque247: A Melanated Resource for Blacks in the Creative Space. A resource hub for black creatives. Blackque247 is the one-stop resource to find seasoned Black creatives across marketing, PR and entertainment.Black TV & Film Collective
Black Theatre United: The black theatre community helping to protect black people, black talent, and black lives of all shapes and orientations in theatre and communities across the country Blk Womn Animator: Youtube channel on all things animation, resources, and tips The Broadcast Assocation: Broadcast Education Association's (BEA) Diversity Links and Resources pageBrown Girls Doc Mafia
California State University, Long Beach: The History Behind June NineteenthCinema and TV Experts Examine TV’s Role in Racism: Anthony Sparks- As a Black actor, writer, producer and current showrunner for the Ava DuVernay- and Oprah Winfrey-produced television series "Queen Sugar," the associate professor of cinema and television arts at Cal State Fullerton has both experienced the effects of stereotyping and worked to flip the script.”College Candy: 10 Racial Justice Documentaries You Should WatchCollege Recruiter: 77% of students want practical experience in next 6-months The Criterion Collection: Black Lives Collection of Films - streaming FREE through 6/30/20DismantlingRacism.org: Web-based version of a workbook designed originally to support the Dismantling Racism workshop offered by Dismantling Racism Works, a training collaborative that is not offering workshops or consulting support at this timeDistractify: Want to learn more about Black Lives Matter? Watch these movies parades- "The Anti-racist Starter Pack: Documentaries, Movies, TEDTalks, and Books to add to your list"Diversify.film: an initiative launched as a collective effort of Brown Girls Doc Mafia, The Black TV & Film Collective, Hue You Know, Stay Gold Features, the Department of Motion Pictures and Cinereach. Diversify.film intends to be a comprehensive tool that links productions to BIPOC-led databases centering BIPOC professionals. We feature BIPOC-led organizations because they demonstrate expertise, insight, and a deep commitment to their respective professional communities.DiversityJobs.comDo The Bay: Listen and Learn: Shows, Movies & Podcasts to Dive Deeper into Anti-RacismEveryday Feminism: School for Social Justice: Online learning for healing, justice, and liberationEveryday Feminism: 4 Reasons ‘People of Color’ Isn’t Always the Best Choice of WordsFast Company: These 7 Courses by Black Women will teach you to recognize and work against racismFilm School Rejects: All the Movies Made Available to Watch Free in Support of Black Lives MatterForbes: First, Listen. Then, Learn: Anti-Racism Resources For White PeopleForbes: Allyship - The Key To Unlocking The Power Of DiversityForge Medium: Performative Allyship Is Deadly (Here’s What to Do Instead): Activism can’t begin and end with a hashtag Gold HouseGuide To Allyship: An Opensource Resource to understand the pros and cons of what being an ally entailsHarvard Business Review: Confronting Racism at Work: A Reading ListHellaJuneteenth: History, Information & Resources around Juneteenth
Hello Giggles Website: Free films & shows to watch to honor the Juneteenth Holiday#HireBlack: Job post site to recruit diverse talent across several channelsHollywood Reporter: "Reality Producers Group Launch Inclusive Hiring Initiative"- Plan to broaden and diversify the pool for available talent for every nonfiction production position- and to last long-termHouston Chronicle: 50 black LGBTQ+ films to watch for Pride MonthHow To Survive In A Mostly White Workplace: Tips For Marginalized EmployeesHubspot: How to Be an Ally- 23 Resources That Can Help Hue You KnowJustforus.org: Mission-based media site creating meaningful dialogs about ending excessive force and racial discrimination by law enforcement & providing a space to bridge communities to resources so that true justice reform can occurJustice in June: Resources on How to Be An Ally to the Black CommunityKippNJ.org: Promoting Equity: Resources to Counter RacismLatino ReelLatinx Directory: Site made and updated regularly to bridge studios and agencies with Latinx directors in the simplest way possibleMarvel: Free comics by Black writers and artists throughout Marvel historyMedia Diversity Institute: Media Diversity Institute actively gathers the latest guidelines, studies and other resources to help journalists, academics and civil society activists integrate a diversity perspective into their workMediaJustice.org: MediaJustice is leading the fight for racial, gender and economic equity in a digital ageMedium piece by Gretchen DeKnikker: A Getting Started Guide for White Folks (Part I)Mentalfloss.com: 5 Organizations That Empower Black Communities—and How You Can HelpMusic Forward Foundation: Industry Sessions Youtube Playlist on Conversations in MusicNAACP: Media Diversity ProgramsNative American Storytellers - SAG-AFTRA PodcastOnline MBA: The Best Resources for Black Entrepreneurs - A list of organizations that offer a wealth of resources for Black entrepreneurs, including funding, education, and robust networking opportunities. The National Gallery Museum: "Illegal to Be You: Gay History Beyond Stonewall" exhibitThe New Yorker: "The Trayvon Generation"New York Post: 7 movies and documentaries about racism that you should watch nowNewsweek: Books About Race That Everyone Should Be Reading Right NowParade: "The Anti-Racist Starter Pack: 40 #TV Series, Documentaries, Movies, TEDTalks, and Books to Add to Your List"
Penguin UK: Nine books to help you understand race and dismantle racismPowell's Books: Black Lives Matter: Recommended ReadingPoynter: Journalism educators- It’s time for a heart-to-heart about mentoring students of colorRacial Equity Tools: Tools, research, tips, curricula and ideas to increase understanding and help work towards justice at every level – in systems, organizations, communities and culture at large
Recruiter.com: Proportional Prejudice: How Diversifying Your Applicant Pool Can Lead to a Less Diverse WorkforceResources that support Black Lives Matter: A list of Black-led organizations, collectives, production houses, and lists that are dedicated to supporting and uplifting Black writers, filmmakers, and creatives of color. Learn, donate, get involved, volunteer.Resources to Help Empower Asian and Pacific Islander CommunitiesSalon: White allies- Here's a basic list of do's and don'ts to help you with your helplessnessSAWIE - South Asian Women In Entertainment: SAWIE on FacebookSelf: 31 Resources That Will Help You Become a Better White AllySony Pictures: SONY PICTURES ACTION - Racial Equity & Inclusion Initiative StaffMeUp: Diversity and Inclusion in film and TVSundance Institute’s Catalyst program builds a culture of partnership between independent investors and filmmakers. Each year, we endeavor to unlock funding for ambitious new independent films and to grow the community of indie-film supporters.Sundance Institute’s Resources for Anti-Racism Work: A compiled list by Sundance to support antiracism work, from mental health to organizations too donate toTeachRock: The Music That Shaped America Series - explore U.S. social history and events through the words and music of ex-slaves, Appalachian mine workers, Cajun farmers, Mississippi sharecroppers & moreThink with Google: 3 ways brands can take action today to fight racial inequityTHINK TANK FOR INCLUSION & EQUITY (TTIE) FACT SHEETVariety #Represent Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLx_Nt-I7ViokDLSJhrZtUXfZ-YaKH8NOVery Well Mined: How Does Implicit Bias Impact Behavior: Explanations & Impacts of Unconscious biasThe Voice series: Series from CSUSB professor to give a voice to underrepresented Black male students. Watch episode 1 hereWall Street Journal: Your Company Says Diversity Is a Higher Priority. Now What? "We See You White American Theatre": Data collection, testimonials and statistics for a comprehensive list of demands calling upon white institutions to examine, change and dismantle their harmful and racist practicesWhite Supremacy Culture Characteristics: Showing Up For Racial Justice (PDF)Wired: What We Get Wrong About "People of Color"
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