Morneau Shepell D&I Resources

Below are some generic articles on diversity that were pulled from Morneau Shepell website and could be applicable to various areas and backgrounds.  

  1. Helping children respect and appreciate diversity
  2. Diversity 101: Dealing with culture differences in the workplace
  3. Diversity in workplace

In addition to these articles, Morneau Shepell’s corporate communications team is also developing additional resources and information which will be coming shortly. In the meantime, they are currently loading new content on their Workplace Learning site which includes some free webinars and more extensive fee-for-service training sessions on diversity, equality, and racism as well. Here’s a list of the webinars live on their site (French will be coming soon).

  1. Anti-Racism & Inclusive Leadership
  2. Raising Children to Embrace Diversity
  3. Anti-Racism and Allyship

Some Additional Resources from their Workplace Learning site:

  • Talking About Race is a free online resource from the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture that offers reading and insight for educators, caregivers, and anyone committed to equity on topics such as bias, oppression, whiteness, community building, and much more. 

  • Race, Work, and Leadership: New Perspectives on the Black Experience by Laura Morgan Roberts, Anthony J. Mayo, David A. Thomas (Published in 2019)

  • The Person You Mean To Be: How Good People Fight Bias by Dolly Chugh (Published in 2018)For your children (4-9)

  • The Stone Thrower by Jael Ealey Richardson and Matt James For your young children (0-3)

  • More, More, More, Said the Baby by Vera B. Williams

A special thanks to Morneau Shepell, the Canadian Olympic Committee Mental Health Partner, for these great resources.