In order to best facilitate dialogue, it is important to share a common language of social justice terms.
Department: Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Peace Walk and Black-owned Food Truck Block Party
Join CDI for the 2023 Peace Walk and Black-owned Food Truck Block Party on February 26!
Disability in Education Self-Study Guide
Click on the links below to learn more about the role of disability in education. Topics include ableism, accessibility disability, and disability in school (social pressures, accommodations, etc.), confidence in […]
Disability Justice Self-Study Guide
Click on the links below to explore concepts of disability justice and accessibility. Topics include physical, cognitive, intellectual, and mental disabilities; accessibility, broadly defined; ableism in education; and intersections of […]
Fat Liberation Self-Study Guide
Click on the links below to explore concepts of F/fat liberation. Topics include anti-fat bias, weight stigma, F/fat liberation, and healthism. Content Warning: Mentions the Transatlantic slave trade, race pseudo-science […]
Coordinator, LGBTQIA+ and Identity Engagement
Understanding Islamophobia with Amer F. Ahmed
Join us for this virtual event on September 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Sharon is responsible for supporting the OISS and Center for Diversity in Inclusion for purchasing, supplies, mailing and other general office support.
Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Women Shoutout Form
Nominate a BIPOC-identified woman doing good work as a student, staff member or faculty member.
RSVP for Performative Allyship, February 17, 2021
Register for a Performative Allyship training session.