Office of Inclusion and Institutional Equity will continue to host, collaborate on and support a variety of opportunities for support, community, healing, reflection, education and action for the TU community.
- Advocacy and support for underrepresented populations: Center for Student Diversity, DiversityWorks AT_TOWSON
- Mental health consultation, referral assistance, workshops and online resources; Mental health resources for students of color (PDF): Counseling Center, email Counseling AT_TOWSON
- Student Emergency Fund
- Educational sessions, trainings, conversations for your department, unit, or team (online request), email DiversityTraining AT_TOWSON
- Faculty and Staff Affinity Groups, email OIIE AT_TOWSON
- Reporting concerns about a student (online form): CARE Team, email StudentAffairs AT_TOWSON
- Teaching resources, including engaging students in online classes: Faculty Academic Center of Excellence at Towson (FACET), FACET AT_TOWSON
- Faculty Diversity Initiatives: Assistant Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, FacultyDiversity AT_TOWSON
- Confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues: Employee Assistance Program, call 855-410-7628
- Faculty and staff emergency fund: Office of Human Resources
- The Movement for Black Lives
- Color of Change
- Group and Coalition-Building in an Anti-Oppression Framework
Resources for Taking Action
- 12 Ways You Can Be an Activist Without Going to a Protest
- 26 Ways to Be in the Struggle Beyond the Streets
- 75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice
- 4 Steps that I and Other White People Can Take to Fight Racism
- Anti-racism resources for white people
- Reflection prompts, written by Jezz Chung (@jezzchung):
In what ways does my proximity to whiteness afford me privileges that aren’t extended to Black and Brown people?
In what ways have I been conditioned to believe in the superiority of whiteness?
In what ways have I engaged in rhetoric that promotes othering or stereotyping of Black people?
What can I do to better educate myself on the historical context of race in the country and community I exist in?
- Racial Equity Glossary
- “Why People of Color Need Spaces Without White People”
- Supporting Faculty During & After COVID-19
- An Essential Reading Guide For Fighting Racism
- 10 Books About Race to Read Instead of Asking a Person of Color to Explain Things to You
- White Women Need To Do Better
- What we’re missing when we condemn “violence” at protests
- Save the Tears: White Women’s Guide
- My White Friend Asked Me on Facebook to Explain White Privilege. I Decided to Be Honest
- Racial Justice Research Document
- Why You Need to Stop Saying “All Lives Matter”
- Where is the outrage for Breonna Taylor?
The following communications were made by President Schatzel: