Beyond Diversity Too

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Month: December, 2014

Supplement to the Anti-Racist Cookbook

by robinpar

In 2013, after President Obama’s call for conversations on race following the trial of George Zimmerman (the man who fatally shot Trayvon Martin), we thought that an additional set of questions on implicit bias and personal safety were needed enhancements to the conversations on race described in our book, The Anti-Racist Cookbook.  

Currently the Anti-Racist Cookbook and Supplement are still much needed to inspire community dialogue dialogue about the police shootings in places such as Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York, which have captured national headlines.

You can read our original press release by following this link. The Supplement is available to people who order the Anti-Racist Cookbook directly from our publisher, Crandall, Dostie & Douglas Books.

Best regards,



Volunteer Fundraising Consultant

by robinpar

The Center is looking for a volunteer to help us develop new and innovative fundraising strategies. We’re different: We offer training and educational materials as the primary part of our nonprofit work. We use an anti-oppression approach. We’re small and must use fundraising strategies that are cost effective.

If you can volunteer to help us develop our fundraising strategies, we’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at or call us at 856 235-2664.

Send Us Your Diversity Story

by robinpar

We have a new blog for you to share your own stories about diversity. Please submit a story for publication.

Storytelling is powerful. It is an ancient part of all cultures. Storytelling offers a compelling way to share information that is under-utilized in our modern society, but especially useful in engaging others and inspiring compassion.

Our “Stories on Diversity” blog is dedicated to the publication of personal stories that show the struggles, triumphs, and questions that people experience as they grapple with the complexity of race, gender, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, class and other dimensions of diversity.

To read some stories already submitted, please click here.

To see the submission guidelines, click here.

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