Learn from racism case studies. Apply the revelations to create a more inclusive campus.
You can learn from other institutions to prevent and address race-based discrimination from faculty and students. By reviewing case studies of how other colleges and universities have responded to racism, you can discover how to support the recruitment, retention, and matriculation of all students and faculty.
Faculty members and higher education administrators have unique abilities to combat systemic racism, honor all perspectives, and support students. You can do far more than merely avoid violating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. You have the power to enable minority students to be seen, heard, respected, and celebrated by your entire college community, and ultimately by the greater world around them.
- How do diversity, racial equity, and inclusion interact?
- What can you assess diversity and inclusion in your institution?
- How can policies address racism for students and faculty?
- What are the legal impacts of race discrimination from students and faculty?
- How can you prevent race discrimination and racism?
- Who should collaborate to address racism on your campus?
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