Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Company Reads

Unique perspectives help expand minds and spur conversations.

From an unjust legal system to the nation’s complex racial history, these programs tackle challenging issues and prompt important conversations. Find out how a Company Reads program can complement your organization’s values and spark valuable insights from your team.

Building an Antiracist World

National Book Award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author Dr. Ibram X. Kendi powerfully explores the racist ideas underpinning America and offers a compelling pathway toward a more just society.

Overcoming Unconscious Bias

Award-winning social psychologist Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt reveals how racial bias shapes our world, and how we can uncover and address our hidden prejudices.

Unraveling Identity and Ambition

Brit Bennett discusses her vibrant, New York Times-bestselling books, The Mothers and The Vanishing Half, and offers valuable thoughts on the intertwining ideas of community, identity, race, and systemic injustice.

Boy Erased

Acclaimed memoirist Garrard Conley explores self-expression, identity, radical compassion, and LGBTQAI+ issues.

The Past as a Lens for the Present

Colson Whitehead explores America’s fraught racial history through his acclaimed novel The Underground Railroad.

Embracing Neurodiversity

Steve Silberman upends conventional thinking about autism, and puts forward a broader model for acceptance and understanding.

Voices from an Unseen America

Cristina Henríquez’s novels use powerful stories from immigrants to examine concepts of identity and belonging.

Leading the Change

As CEO and co-founder of Jopwell, the leading career advancement platform for professionals of color, Porter Braswell advises America’s top companies on how to achieve a more representative workplace.
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