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Diversity, Race, and Reconciliation


How to teach more inclusively - For educators

Articles and gray literature on how to teach more inclusively

Brown University. (n.d.). Diversity & inclusion syllabus statements. Retrieved June 1, 2020

DeChvezYvette blog post Show Don't Tell: De-colonize Your Syllabus

El-Amin, Aaliyah. Harvard blog post Responding to Racial Trauma

Gannon, Kevin Chronicle of Higher Education article The Case for Inclusive Teaching 

2000. How race is lived in AmericaNew York Times series

National Museum of African American History and Culture. (2020). Talking about race as an educator

Sathy, Viji  & Hogan Kelly A. Chronicle of Higher Education article How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive,

SPU SPFC. (2020). Resources for teaching about Xenophobia and racism

University of California. (2020). Equity and inclusion during COVID-19

University of Michigan. (2017). Inventory of inclusive teaching.  

Articles on race and microaggressions

To find full text copies of the articles, copy and paste the title into a Google Scholar search engine and look to the right of the title for hyperlinks to full text.

Dumas, M. J. (2015). Against the dark: Antiblackness in education policy and discourse. Theory Into Practice55(1), 11-19.

Gerstandt, J. (2009). Diversity. What it isn't... Workforce Diversity Network. Retrieved from

Hannah-Jones, N. (2019, October 4), The 1619 project. The New York Times.

Swanson, J., Tanaka, A., Gonzalez-Smith, I. (2018). Lived experience of academic librarians of color. College & Research Libraries, 79, 876-894.

Solly, M. (2020). 158 resources to understand racism in AmericaSmithsonian Magazine.

Wang, J., Leu, J., & Shoda, Y. (2010). When the seemingly innocous "stings": Racial microaggressions and their emotional consequences.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37(12), 1666-1678.

White silence, etc.