Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources

Anti-racism refers to a form of action against racial hatred, bias, systemic racism, and the oppression of marginalized groups. Being antiracist is based on conscious efforts and deliberate actions to provide equitable opportunities and outcomes for all people on an individual and systemic level. People can act against racism by acknowledging personal privileges, confronting structures and acts of racial discrimination, and working to change personal racial biases.

Source: Wikipedia

The resources below are here to help deepen our anti-racism understanding and work toward building and sustaining a more humane community because of, rather than in spite of, our differences.

All sources of information contain some degree of bias. We encourage you to read, analyze and digest with a critical lens. Learning is not a solo endeavor but a joint accomplishment, so share your new knowledge with others, listen to understand their perspectives, and seek knowledge transfer opportunities. 





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