AIA is committed to broadening equity, diversity, and inclusion to create a stronger profession. This page provides resources for architects to maintain a healthy practice, and will be updated regularly as more resources are developed.

Equity and Inclusion

AIA National Racial Equity Initiative

AIA Austin’s Statement on Racial Injustice

AIA Board Statement Regarding Systemic Racial Injustice

NOMA’s Public Statement Regarding Racial Injustice (National Organization of Minority Architects)

Reading List: 7 Important Books for Building an Anti-Racist Workplace (Fast Company)

Reading List: 5 Essential Books to Read on Making Cities Anti-Racist (Curbed)

Racism is Built into US Cities. Here’s how Architects can Fight Back (Fast Company)

Dear White Architects, be B.R.A.V.E., not Sad. Love, NOMA (Metropolis)

Ethics and Professional Conduct

AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

AIA’s Diversity and Inclusion Statement

Guides for Equitable Practice

Free for AIA Members: Building a Respectful and Harassment-Free Workplace Culture and Inclusive Leadership: Confronting Bias Through Culture Transformation 

Harassment Resources

Where Architects Stand: A Statement of Our Values

How to Combat Harassment in the Architecture Profession

AIA Harassment Policy

Harrassment Resources

Four Tips to Pursue Equity in Your Firm

NCARB Proposes Model Ethical Standards for Architects

AIA Austin’s Women in Architecture Committee

AIA Austin’s Latinos in Architecture Committee

University of Texas School of Architecture: Valuing Diversity

AIA Guides for Equitable Practice

AIA NY Resources regarding Criminal Justice Facilities and more