DEI Resources

Additional Resources

The Washington REALTORS ® DEI Committee has partnered and built a relationship with AREAA over the past couple of years.  We have hosted AREAA locally during our committee meetings and would love for you to support AREAA in honoring AAIP Month. Please check out their many resources for fair housing within the AAIP community.

2022 State of Asia America Report

More Than One Video Series

Stronger Together Video Series

2019-2020 State of Asia America Report

Asia Pacific Cultural Center

AsianPacificHeritage.gov

Rise: Asian Pacific America Town Halls

Smithsonian: "We Are Not a Stereotype"

PBS: Asian Americans Film Series

Podcasts:

Self Evident: Asian America's Stories gives listeners an intimate look into the lives and struggles of AAPI people as they share their personal experiences like abusive marriages, rewatching Mulan, and how to combat racism within their own communities.

https://open.spotify.com/show/4SQRsePgr3yeQwO6LocYK4

https://open.spotify.com/show/1VHaUWtap7fCvZy7KuSGLj

http://www.asianamericana.com/episodes

Asian Americana dives specifically into Asian American culture like our country's obsessive craze of bubble tea and the stereotypes behind facial hair and Asian men.

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Find webinar recordings, videos, resources and more on WR's Black History Month Resource Page!
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NAR'S Interactive Fair Housing Simulation is available to all 1.4 million NAR members. This interactive training uses the power of storytelling to help REALTORS® identify, prevent, and address discriminatory practices in real estate. In the fictional town of Fairhaven, agents work against the clock to sell homes while confronting realistic scenarios where discrimination can occur. Visit Fairhaven.realtor to test your compliance with Fair Housing principles.

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Interested in participating in WR's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives? Want to serve on the Diversity Committee? Email Liz.Dickinson@warealtor.org for more information.
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