Resources for Faculty, Staff and Students

On Campus

Curricular

Clifford Symposium

Classes on Inclusion

Speakers/Events

JusTalks

Office of the CDO

Chellis House

CE program on Poverty and Privilege

 

Co-curricular

First@Midd

Community Bias Response Team

SAS, ISSS, Parton, other offices

Anderson Freeman Resource Center

Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life

Mindfulness@MIDD

Wellness Education

Student Support Network

ResLife Team

Student Orgs

Alumni of Color Weekend

MiddView Trips

CE trips

AGDAI

IDC dinner

 

Community/VT

Chamber of Commerce: Check with Dave D

Faith Based Groups

Groups working with migrant workers

Counseling Service of Addison County

Peace & Justice Center in Burlington

VT Partnership for Fairness & Diversity

UVM Center for Cultural Pluralism

State Resources in Montpellier

Black Lives matter in VT

VT NAACP

 

Beyond Vermont

Govt. Resources/Offices on Diversity and Equal Opportunity

Diversity Issues in Higher Ed

Color Lines

 

Resources on identity, diversity, and inclusivity

 Books and articles

Adams, M., 2000. Readings for diversity and social justice. Psychology Press.

Alexander, M., 2012. New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. New York: The New Press.  

Atkinson, A. 2015. Inequality: What Can Be Done? Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Bonilla-Silva, E., 2006. Racism without racists: Color-blind racism and the persistence of racial inequality in the United States. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Christine M. Riordan. 2014. Diversity Is Useless Without Inclusivity. Harvard Business Review, June 5.

Coates, T.N., 2015. Between the world and me. Text publishing.

Correll, S.J. and Benard, S., 2006. Gender and Racial Bias in Hiring. Memorandum report for University of Pennsylvania.

DiAngelo, R., 2011. White fragility. The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy3(3).

Falconer, M., & O’Neill, D. 2007. Out with “the old,” elderly, and aged. BMJ: British Medical Journal334(7588), 316. http://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.39111.694884.94

Frankenberg, R. (1993). White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.

Fryer Jr, R.G. and Levitt, S.D., 2004. The causes and consequences of distinctively black names. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, pp.767-805.

Grimsley, J. 2015. How I shed my skin: Unlearning the racist lessons of a Southern childhood. Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books.

Healey, J.F., 2013. Diversity and society: Race, ethnicity, and gender. Sage Publications.

Hooks, B., 2014. Teaching to transgress. Routledge.

Immigrant Justice Network, Resources from Our Campaign Partners and Allies. URL: http://immigrantjusticenetwork.org/partner-resources/, Date accessed: August 20th. 2016.

Matos, N. 2016. Don’t Dodge the Diversity Question! URL: https://chroniclevitae.com/news/610-don-t-dodge-the-diversity-question, Date accessed: September 20, 2016.

Musu-Gilette, Lauren, Jennifer Robinson, Joel McFarland, Angelina Kewal Ramani, Anlan Zhang, and Sidney Wilkinson-Flicker (2016). Status and Trends in the Education of Racial and Ethnic Groups. NCES 2010-015. National Center for Education Statistics.

National Center on Disability and Journalism, Disability Language Style Guide. URL: http://ncdj.org/style-guide/, Date accessed: August 30, 2016,

Nilep, C. 2016. Black Lives Matter and Police Violence. Linguistic Anthropology Teaching Resources. URL: http://teach.linguisticanthropology.org/2016/09/25/black-lives-matter-and-police-violence/, Date accessed: September 25, 2016.

Sanders, R. (1999). Introducing “White Privilege” into the Classroom: Lessons from Finding A Way. Journal of Geography. 98, 169-75.

Smith, D.G., 2000. How to diversify the faculty.  Academe86(5).

Steele, C.M., 2010. Whistling Vivaldi. WW Norton & Co.

Walker, D. 2016. Ignorance is the enemy within: on the power of our privilege, and the privilege of our power. Ford Foundation. URL: https://www.fordfoundation.org/ideas/equals-change-blog/posts/ignorance-is-the-enemy-within-on-the-power-of-our-privilege-and-the-privilege-of-our-power, Date accessed: September 20, 2016.

 

Websites

A Social Justice Advocate’s Handbook: A Guide to Gender

Center for Anti-Oppressive Education  

Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)

CAST UDL Exchange 

Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Washington: Course and Syllabus Design

Colorlines

Diversity and Engagement at the University of California

Diversity and Inclusivity at the University of South Carolina

Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives at Michigan State University

Increasing inclusivity in the classroom at Vanderbilt University

Inclusive teaching, learning, and assessment at Plymouth University

It’s pronounced metrosexual

LGBTQ student resources

Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy

Michelle Obama at Howard University

Microaggressions: The Impact of “the little things”

Most Progressive LGBTQ graduate degrees

National Center on Universal Design for Learning  

The Danger of a Single Story 

UDL Strategies

UDL Tech Toolkit