Anti-Racism Resources

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.

Upcoming Anti-Racism Support and Education Opportunities

We will update this space as additional information is available. If you have suggestions, questions or other feedback please email .

OPPORTUNITIES FOR TU STAFF AND FACULTY

Affinity Group Spaces: Centering Race for Black Staff and Faculty

Affinity Group Spaces: Centering Race for Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern and Desi American Staff and Faculty

Affinity Group Spaces: Centering Race for Latinx Staff and Faculty

Affinity Group Spaces: De-centering Whiteness for White Staff and Faculty

Office of the Provost, OIIE, and Dialogue at TU

Faculty and Staff Affinity Group Dialogues for processing, dialogue and community. All staff and faculty are invited to join the spaces they feel called to participate in and that reflect their identities, and to join more than one space. We remain open to other affinity group spaces based on interest across campus.  Please reach out to  with questions, suggestions or other feedback.

 

Directed Faculty and Staff Reading Groups

OIIE, Office of the Provost and other TU partners

We will be convening a variety of reading and discussion groups tied to specific books, articles and media related to racial identity, anti-racism, accountability, managing difficult conversations and more.

 

Dialogue Facilitator Training (Level 1 of 3)

Office of the Provost, OIIE, and Dialogue @ TU

TU’s Dialogue Program is pleased to offer Level 1 of the 3-part training and certification program for staff and faculty. Level 1 focus on theories and concepts central to sustained and intergroup dialogue initiatives, strategies for managing difficult conversations around our social identities, and tools for facilitating conversations in our offices, classrooms, teams, organizations and communities. Contact  for more information.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE TU COMMUNITY

Findings from the NACCC

OIIE, Division of Student Affairs, and Regional Economic Studies Institute (RESI)

We will share the results from TU’s participation in the spring 2019 cohort of the National Assessment of Collegiate Campus Climates (NACCC) and discuss corresponding action items related to our campus racial climate.

Anti-racism education and support resources

Resources for Students
Resources for Staff and Faculty
Community Resources

Community Organizations

Resources for Taking Action

Reflection

  • 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?

 

 

 

Financial Contributions

Public Safety
  • Your immediate safety or the immediate safety of others: TUPD, call 410-704-4444.
  • Reporting possible hate crimes or bias incidents: Reporting Form, email  or call 410-704-0203.

COMMUNITY JUNETEENTH RESOURCES

Suggested Multimedia, Social Media and On-Demand Webinars

Academics for Black Survival and Wellness

  • Resources for supporting Black activist organizations, taking action, and anti-racist education, including a Wellness Week (June 19 – 25)
  • Anti-Racist Resources
  • Action Steps

#blackintheivory Social Media Campaign

#blackintheivory on Twitter

Public Demonstrations Across Maryland