Appendix C: Resource List (Bibliography)


The following works were either consulted in the writing of this workbook, or may be helpful to you as you complete the activities in the below modules.

Introduction and Overall Resources

  • Inside Inclusiveness: Race, Ethnicity, and Nonprofit Organizations
  • "Census Bureau Projects Tripling of Hispanic and Asian Populations in 50 Years: Non-Hispanic Whites May Drop to Half of Total Population," US Census Bureau,
  • Cox, Taylor, 1997. Developing Competency to Manage Diversity, San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.
  • Society for Human Resource Managers,

Module 2: Inclusiveness Training

Module 3: Hiring Consultants

Module 4: Making the Case for Inclusiveness

  • Thomas, David A., and Robin Ely, "Making Differences Matter: A New Paradigm for Managing Diversity," Harvard Business Review, September 1, 1996.

Module 5, 6, and 7: Information Gathering

Module 8: Creating the Framework for an Inclusiveness Blueprint

  • Allison, Michael, Judy Kaye, and the Support Center for Nonprofit Management, 1997. Introduction to Strategic Planning, John Wiley & Sons.

Module 10: Mission and Organizational Values

  • Gardyn, Rebecca, "Building Board Diversity," The Chronicle of Philanthropy, December 11, 2003.
  • Anft, Michael and Harvey Litman, "How Americans Give," The Chronicle of Philanthropy, May 1, 2003.
  • Greene, Stephen C., "Giving Back to Their Homelands," The Chronicle of Philanthropy, May 16, 2002.
  • Boardsource, "Building Effective Nonprofit Boards," October/November 2003.
  • Compass Point Board Café,

Module 11: Personnel

  • Center for Creative Leadership, "Leading in Black and White Poll Results," November 2002 e-Newsletter.
  • Cox, Taylor, 1997. Development Competency to Manager Diversity, San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc..
  • Sullivan, John, "Diversity Recruiting: The Compelling Business Case,"
  • Fagenson, Ellen, "Is What's Good for the Goose also Good for the Gander?" 1993, cited in Cox, Taylor, 1997.
  • Sack, Steven, 1996, The Complete Collection of Legal Forms for Employers: All Inclusive Sample Contracts, Forms, and Checklists for Hiring, Firing, and Day-to-Day Employment. Legal Strategies Publications.

Module 12: Organizational Culture

  • Stupak, Ronald J., Symposium on Organizational Culture: Theory Practice and Cases, summarizing Schein, Edgar H. (1985). Organizational Culture and Leadership. San Francisco, CA: Josey-Bass (page 6),
  • Thomas, David A., and Robin Ely, "Making Differences Matter: A New Paradigm for Managing Diversity," Harvard Business Review, September 1, 1996.

Module 13: Volunteers and Helpers

  • New Ventures in Philanthropy, "Engaging Diverse Communities for and through Philanthropy."
  • Cambridge Volunteer Center, "Recruiting Black and Minority Ethnic Volunteers."
  • Points of Light Foundation, "A Matter of Survival: Volunteering,"
  • Center Volunteer Bureau of Ottowa-Carleton, "Strong Together: Recruiting and Working with Ethnocultural Volunteers."

Module 14: Programs and Constituents

  • Barbian, Jeff, "Moving Toward Diversity,"
  • Donors Forum of Chicago; Minnesota Council on Foundations; Northern California Grantmakers; New York Regional Association of Grantmakers, "Building on a Better Foundation: A Toolkit for Creating an Inclusive Grantmaking Organization."
  • Khan, Nassem, "Responding to Cultural Diversity: Guidance for Museums and Galleries Fact Sheets." Museums & Galleries Commission.

Module 15: Marketing and Community Relations

Module 16: Fundraising and Membership

  • Grassroots Institute of Fundraising Training,
  • Newman, Diana S., 2002. Opening Doors: Pathways to Diverse Donors. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Salmon, Jacqueline, "Charity's New Look: Minorities Grab Fundraisers Notice," Washington Post. November 7, 2004.
  • New Ventures in Philanthropy, 2003. Engaging Diverse Communities For and Through Philanthropy.
  • Council on Foundations, 1999. Cultures of Caring: Philanthropy in Diverse American Communities, Washington DC,
  • Mottino, Felinda, and Eugene D. Miller, "Pathways for Change: Philanthropy Among African American, Asian American, and Latino Donors in the New York Metropolitan Region," (Executive Summary). Coalition for New Philanthropy, September 2004.
  • Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy.
  • Association of Black Foundation Executives,
  • Hispanics in Philanthropy,
  • Native Americans in Philanthropy,