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The Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed has put together a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) Messaging & Social Media Guide. It is a resource to help and guide organizations in talking about DEIJ and different environmental topics. The messages and tips below are evergreen; they are not about one specific event or holiday and can be used throughout the year. 

(Organizational Culture)
This resource includes color management tools, typography guidelines, image use guidelines, and an accessibility checklist here.
It has also gathered videos and courses that can help you dive deeper into accessible and inclusive design.
(Disability Justice)
For decades, women have struggled to crack the code of power in the White House, where grueling hours, hyper-aggressive colleagues and lack of access to the boss have proved challenging to women from both parties.
(Gender Justice)
These 26 short New York Times documentaries that range in time from 1 to 7 minutes and tackle issues of race, bias and identity.
(Racial Justice)
The summer of 2020 forced a reckoning for the country, Philadelphia, and its newspaper.
But after perpetuating inequality for generations, can The Inquirer really become an anti-racist institution?
(Racial Justice)
People who experience deafness or hard of hearing rely on the captioning feature in Zoom.
If it is not enabled, they can not fully participate in the discussion.
This step-by-step guide shows how to enable captions in Zoom.
(Organizational Culture) (Disability Justice)
Color blindness is the inability to tell colors apart, recognize and see colors in the way non-color blind people do.
This disability is fairly common and it generally never poses serious health threats. However, being color blind can have restrictions to taking up certain jobs that involve the ability to visually distinguish between colors.
(Organizational Culture) (Disability Justice)
This report demonstrates that the proverbial glass cliff is an all-too-common reality for leaders of color in the nonprofit sector.
Ascending to an executive position does not end a leader’s struggles with racism, and sometimes increases those challenges.
(Organizational Culture) (Racial Justice)
The Building Movement Project’s recent reports identified concerning trends in the way that nonprofit executive directors and chief executives of color experience their leadership roles, particularly when following an outgoing white leader.
This resource offers insight and advice to boards about how to help avoid these pitfalls, both leading up to a transition and after a new leader is hired
(Organizational Culture) (Racial Justice)
There is a range of feelings about whether there should be white-only, BIPoC-only spaces or any single-racial-identity spaces for working to dismantle racism, and strong feelings about whether there should or should not be. This is one of many articles supporting the concept of white people doing this work independent of BIPoC; we recommend reading others the support alternative views as well.
(Racial Justice)