1. (Humanities) History Gateways, from the American Historical Association https://www.historians.org/historygateways  Details tools for revising “introductory college-level history courses to better serve students from all backgrounds and align more effectively with the future needs of a complex society.”
  2. (Humanities) Using Public Humanities to Reckon with the American University’s Ties to Slavery https://www.nhalliance.org/using_public_humanities_to_reckon_with_the_american_university_s_ties_to_slavery Provides specific examples and resources from colleges and universities on “how higher ed-based humanists are using the tools of public humanities and partnership to promote social and racial justice.”
  3. (Humanities) Resources for Teaching About Racism, MLA Action Network https://action.mla.org/stories-resources-for-teaching-racism/ Resources from the Modern Language Association to support teaching and learning about racism.
  4. (Life Sciences/Disciplines with Fieldwork) Fieldwork:  Building An Inclusive Experience Outside of the Classroom  https://cals.cornell.edu/diversity-inclusion/fieldwork A compilation of resources, essays, and recommendations to support efforts to provide safe, accessible, and inclusive fieldwork.
  5. (Life Sciences) Striving Towards Inclusion in Academic Biology https://saberbio.wildapricot.org/Diversity_Inclusion Set of videos “focused on promoting awareness, understanding and commitment to change academic biology environments to be more inclusive.”
  6. (Life Sciences) Zamudio Lab Condemns Racism and Proposes Action https://zamudiolab.org/2020/06/04/zamudio-lab-condemns-racism-and-proposes-action/ An example of a faculty/graduate student lab group’s commitments toward fighting racism.
  7. (Physical Sciences) Inclusive Graduate Education Network https://igenetwork.org/?utm_medium=email&_hsmi=109699881&_hsenc=p2ANqtz–swGf3EwHZEjuVKlOVARL065z2Wh7K8Psyzlv7fYebivXxgdLEVtII6FM-NnooepbjJ8BIK8aMLknudIWTgLomJ1JkWQ&utm_content=109699881&utm_source=hs_email “The Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN) is dramatically increasing the number of physical science doctoral degrees earned by Black, Latinx and Indigenous students.”  See the Resources tab