A compilation of the 15 best books on diversity and inclusion. Diversity and inclusion books are works that teach professionals how to navigate race, gender, age, physical ability, religion, and sexual orientation in the workplace. These guides teach respect, compassion, and dignity. There is something for everyone to read.
Author Matthew Syed offers a radical guide to success that can as easily be applied to business as it can to everyday life. It challenges hierarchies, encourages constructive dissent and forces us to think again about where the best ideas really come from. Source: matthewsyed.co.uk.
Jared Karol shares stories of shedding, dismantling, and unlearning much of what he was taught (or not taught) about race and racism growing up. Rather than tell us what to do, Jared invites and challenges us to do the deep, vulnerable, self-reflective work of figuring who we want to be in the racial justice struggle — trusting that “what to do” will emerge from there. Source: awhiteguyconfrontingracism.com/book
Trans people in Britain make up less than one per cent of the country's population, however they are the subjects of a toxic and increasingly polarized 'debate' which generates reliable controversy for newspapers and talk shows. This book reclaims the idea of the 'transgender issue' to uncover the reality of what it means to be trans in a transphobic society. Source: Penguin.
It exposes the gender data gap – a gap in our knowledge that is at the root of perpetual, systemic discrimination against women, and that has created a pervasive but invisible bias with a profound effect on women’s lives. Source: Penguin.