This live resource is our D&I reading and resources – a treasure trove of  our favourite stories, articles, books, podcasts, movies and TV shows that present a diverse range of perspectives and promote intersectionality, inclusion and equality.  Keep an eye out as we add to the list throughout the year and share any of your must-reads/watches/listens with us at

YouTube and TED Talks

How Studying Privilege Systems Can Strengthen Compassion – Peggy McIntosh

The urgency of intersectionality (TedTalk) – Kimberlé Crenshaw

Danger of a single story – Chimimanda Adichie

Colour Blind or Colour Brave – Mellody Hobson

How to overcome our biases – Verna Myers

It’s ok to be you – Karen Blackett

Michaela Coel McTaggart Lecture – Michaela Coel

Nanette – Hannah Gadsby

Starbucks, ‘Roseanne’ and race in America – Will Jawando and cultural critic Michaela Angela Davis


Racism at Work: The Danger of Indifference – Binna Kandola

Fostering Diversity: Some Major Hurdles Remain – Mary Rowe  Fostering Diversity: Some Major Hurdles Remain – Mary Rowe

Whose culture has capital? A critical race theory discussion of community cultural wealth – Tara J. Yoso

Gender Bias in Teaching Evaluations – Friederike Mengel, Jan Sauermann, Ulf Zölitz

How to start dismantling white privilege in higher education – Kalwant Bhopal


Brit(ish)  – Aufa Hirsch

Inside the Ivory Tower  – Deborah Gabriel, Shirley Anne Tate

Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race  –   Renni Eddo-Lodge

Slay in your lane, The Black Girl Bible   – Yome Adegoke, Elizabeth Uviebinené

White privilege: the myth of a post-racial society –  Kalwant Bhopal

Before I Step Outside [You Love Me] –Travis Alabanza

Hunger – Roxanne Gay

Negroland – Margo Jefferson

Trans Like Me – CN Lester

Fading Scars: My Queer Disability History – Corbett Joan OToole

Bad Feminist – Roxanne Gay


Call Your Girlfriend podcast

Business Disability Forum podcast