We offer experiential training workshops, individual/team coaching, and capacity-building technical assistance, to meet one-time needs or support long-term initiatives. These transformative services are designed to raise awareness and galvanize action around social responsibility, social service, and social justice engagement, both individually and collectively.
Your Community Social Justice Partner for
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We develop, deliver and evaluate social justice programs, services and solutions across multiple industries, sectors and communities.Sign Up for Updates
At FDL, we believe that sustainable social change requires informed commitment, an intentional roadmap, and bold action. With that in mind, we provide a complement of high-impact, human-centered services, customized to help you chart and navigate your unique social justice journey from beginning to end.
Our social justice audit process creates an intentional roadmap for long-term strategic planning, by identifying social performance gaps and priorities; concrete objectives and doable activities, with which shape an organizational culture that promotes diversity, equity and inclusion.
We work hand-in-hand with our client-partners to design and manage both one-time and longer term social justice initiatives, aimed at addressing specific issues of inequality that arise from unjust and discriminatory policies and practices.
We are also experienced in delivering memorable and informative speeches at conferences and other special events that help inspire and mobilize social change around important issues like gender/racial equality, criminal justice reform and civil rights.
What We Do
We work in partnership with governmental agencies and non-profit service providers, businesses and communities to create sustainable cultures of social justice, grounded in diversity, inclusion and equity. As social justice advocates and change agents, we make our client-partners’ goals and initiatives our own, using our expertise and experience to facilitate social justice solutions that deliver impact and promote community engagement.
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By this year, Millennials are predicted to make up 75% of the workforce
Men are 30% more likely to be promoted to a managerial role
Minorities are expected to make up 37% of the workforce by 2020
80% of high wage workers have sick time, compared to 15% of low wage workers.
In 1965, CEO pay was 20 times higher than the average worker. Today it is 278 times.
More than 66% of poor children are children of color.
6% of Whites live without insurance, 8% of Asians, 11% of Blacks and 16% of Hispanics.
The home ownership rate for Whites is 72%, for Asians it’s 55%, for Hispanics it’s 46% and for Blacks it’s 42%.
Racism costs the US almost $2 trillion each year. This comes in the form of bias against workers.