Creative and Educational Resources in Support of the BIPOC Communities

The Copyright Alliance is proud to stand with the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities, with our organization and creator members, and with all who condemn racism, violence, and injustice. We are committed to working together for change and equality. 

A Conversation on Diversity and Inclusion in Copyright

In keeping with the Copyright Alliance’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, on December 6, 2021, the Copyright Alliance partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center and Equality of Opportunity Initiative to host a virtual event titled A Conversation on Diversity and Inclusion in Copyright. The event featured a keynote address by Representative Sharice Davids (D-KS) as well as a dialogue with BIPOC creators, attorneys, and other professionals throughout our industry. The full event video can be viewed directly below, and further down on the page we provided a number of resources ranging from how creatives are stepping up to educational articles on the subject matter.

A Conversation on Diversity and Inclusion in Copyright.

Short Clips from the Event

Educational Content Addressing Race and Racism

The links shared below lead to web pages consisting of creative and educational resources about race and racism; initiatives from the creative community (including many of our member organizations) aimed at addressing racism and fostering positive and systemic change; and a spotlight on the incredible talent and works by BIPOC creators. All of the content on this page is intended to assist readers in understanding how to combat racism and to appreciate the value of diversity within the creative community and the works that it produces.

How the Creative Community is Stepping Up

Contributions of BIPOC Creators to Creativity

Spotlight Blogs by BIPOC Creator Members