You can find the latest programs and events related to EDI topics by visiting TIO’s Programming Updates.
**Note: All Resource Pages are under continuous updates, and includes resources from UNCG faculty, staff and students; TIO created; and resources from other campuses. If you have resources to add, please contact Laura Pipe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
DismantlingRacism.org: This is an excellent resource with materials for dismantling racism where you are – from a UNCG Alum (Dr. Tema Jon Okun) and other activist and colleagues.
The Charlottesville Syllabus: Link to the ongoing syllabus project, in response to white supremacist protests in Charlottesville (2017), which is intended to aggregate resources for conversations about the recent and distant history of racial violence in the US.
Black, Indigenous and People of Color Mental Health Resource Guide (received from the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport list serv)
Loteria Humana Worksheet is an activity that gets students thinking about where they have privilege, where they have cultural wealth, and what does that mean for the classroom.
Matrix of Oppression Worksheet – As you begin thinking about your teaching, consider completing the Matrix of Oppression Worksheet adapted from Patricia Hill Collins.
Perceived Challenges Worksheet – Thinking through potential challenges to an inclusive classroom.
Inclusive Strategies Reflection Worksheet – Checklist of inclusive classroom practices adapted by the CRLT at Michigan from Linse & Weinstein 2015
Setting the Tone for an Inclusive Classroom – Five guidelines from the CRLT at Michigan for establishing a welcoming learning environment
The following resources were aggregated for UNCG’s Indigenous Pedagogy Workshop by UNCG students. Feel free to review the following sites, articles, and chapters from edited volumes that address various elements of indigenous experience and ways of knowing.
These resources were created by students in Communication Studies.