How-to Take Action for Racial Justice
- Ways To Help
- Black Lives Matter
- Cite Black Women. - HOME
- #ShutDownAcademia #ShutDownSTEM
- Resources for Accountability and Actions for Black Lives
- SHOWING UP FOR RACIAL JUSTICE - Showing Up for Racial Justice
- 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge
- Virtual Panel: Dismantling Institutionalized Racism
Understanding - Whiteness Anti-Racism & Allyship
- White People Talking to White People About Racism (USC Race Equity Center)
- Be the Bridge
- How to Be an Anti-Racist Ally
- Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources
- Open Question: What is a world without whiteness?
- Advice for White Folks in the Wake of the Police Murder of a Black Person
- 12 Ways to Be a White Ally to Black People
- White Academia: Do Better. Higher education has a problem. It’s called White supremacy
- Earth Science Has a Whiteness Problem
- Guide to Allyship
- 20+ Allyship Actions for Asians to Show Up for the Black Community Right Now
- 75 Things White People Can Do For Racial Justice
- Guidelines for Being Strong White Allies
- Free Course- Race and Cultural Diversity in American Life and History
Understanding - Racial Trauma
- Lessons on Cultural Trauma from the Emmett Till Verdict
- What is Systemic Racism?
- ‘I Was Fed Up’: How #BlackInTheIvory Got Started, and What Its Founders Want to See Next
- Your Black Colleagues May Look Like They’re Okay — Chances Are They’re Not,
- We Are Living in a Racism Pandemic
- Coping While Black: A Season Of Traumatic News Takes A Psychological Toll
Understanding - Police Brutality & the Defund the Police Movement
- How to Support the Struggle Against Police Brutality
- What Does 'Defund the Police' Mean? The Phrase, Explained
- How ‘Defund the Police’ went from moonshot to mainstream
- A Brief History of Slavery and the Origins of American Policing | Police Studies Online
Engaging in Critical Conversations
- Equity in 2020 Requires More Than a Diversity Statement
- Teaching Tolerance | Diversity, Equity, And Justice
- BLM Instructional Library
Training & Toolkits
- Teaching Tolerance | Diversity, Equity, And Justice
- UC Davis Center for Educational Effectiveness, Implicit Bias Series
- Affirming Black Lives Without Inducing Trauma
- Talking About Race
- Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit
- Hollaback - Bystander Intervention against Harassment
- Racial Equality Resource Guide
- Talking about Racism, Racial Equity and Racial Healing with Friends, Family, Colleagues and Neighbors Guide
- Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston
- Do's and Don'ts for Teaching About Ferguson
- Resources for Engaging in Anti-Racism Work
- Resources for Understanding: Books on the Social Movement to End Police Violence Against African Americans
- Stamped from the Beginning - The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Unabridged)
- 10 Essential Podcasts About Criminal Justice Reform and Black History
- 9 Podcasts That Don't Whitewash Race - Yes! Magazine
- 16 Best Podcasts To Learn More About Political And Racial Injustice In 2020
- BOLD PODCAST
- Claudia Rankine — How Can I Say This So We Can Stay in This Car Together?
- DiAngelo reads from her book, White Fragility see also Critique of Robin DiAngelo's White Fragility
- 15 Informative Podcasts to Learn About Race Relations in America
Resources to Support Marginalized Students, Colleagues, Friends, and Communities
- Guide to 100 Radical Acts of Self-Care
- How You Can Support Marginalized Communities
- Surviving & Resisting Hate: A Toolkit For People of Color
- 13 Soothing Books To Read When Everything Hurts
- How Latinx People can Fight Anti-Black Racism in our Own Culture
- Asian Allyship and Accountability
- Black Self-Care Tool Kit- Healing in the Face of Cultural Trauma
- Digital Self-care for Black individuals coping with trauma
- Julie Posselt's Mentoring and Advising Resources for Racial Injustice
- Young, Gifted, @ Risk and Resilient - Spark: Elevating Scholarship on Social Issues
Resources from MSU Inclusion (6/19)
Education and development resources for faculty and staff:
- Understanding Implicit Bias Certification program, a series of three courses allows participants to experience thoroughly examined implicit bias and begin the work of interrupting their own biases as well as those embedded within systems at MSU.
- Standalone workshops, customized trainings, dialogue opportunities, and campus diversity and inclusion education partners available through MSU’s Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives.
- MSU ElevateU: Online DEI Learning Module Offerings
Education and development resources for students:
- The LBGT Resource Center offers a number of educational and development opportunities for our Spartans, including Understanding Pronouns, Understanding Trans and Nonbinary Identities, Quest I: Introduction to LGBTQA+ Identities, and Quest II: Deepening LGBTQA+ Understanding.
- Multi-Racial Unity Living Experience and Intercultural Aide Program and DEI Intercultural Aide Peer Educators host DEI roundtable discussions across all five neighborhoods on various DEI topics each week.
- The Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions supports individual students in their navigation of cross-cultural encounters and in their own understanding, exploration, and development of cultural identity.
DEI engagement opportunities for all:
- The Womxn of Color Initiatives (WOCI) is an effort to organize events for womxn of color and their allies on MSU’s campus and in the greater Lansing community. The initiative’s speaker series brings nationally recognized academic, creative and/or political womxn of color speakers to the MSU campus each semester.
- The Annual Womxn of Color Community Conference for faculty and staff.
- Annual Gender, Women’s Suffrage, and Political Power (GWSPP) Conference occurs each November.
- The Annual Queer Conversations Symposium is a half-day symposium inviting conversations and collaboration on queer issues and research that highlights the queer work students ae doing across disciplines and departments.
- Asian Pacific America Studies Initiatives hosts various speakers/workshops that highlight various Asian Pacific Islander Desi American scholar-activists and activists.
- Muslim Studies Program supports teaching and research about Muslims around the globe from an interdisciplinary perspective.
- The Serling Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel hosts the annual Rabin/Brill Lecture each February.