This beginner-level course series is for anyone interested in learning about race and racism, wants to be an anti-racist advocate, or seeks to incorporate anti-racist practices into their daily lives. You can take just one course or all three. First course takes ~16 hours to complete. Free option available. Taught by Shawn O'Neal and Jennifer Ho.
This beginner-level free course will empower and equip you to develop inclusive cultures where everyone feels valued and respected, using a variety of examples and perspectives. The course is designed for for current or aspiring leaders in any role. Approx. 21 hours to complete. Taught by Brenda J. Allen.
This beginner-level free video series helps answer the question: What can you do? Six conversations dive into meeting the moment, questioning, listening, learning, and acting. Approx. 6 hours to complete. Taught by Donna Mejia and Kirsi Aulin. Image: behance.net/Linsey_Levendall
A beginner-friendly, self-paced, and free anti-racism course in Canvas for CU faculty, staff, and students. Its six modules are designed to be completed in one semester, whether working as an individual or with a group. There are no due dates. Constructed by Jason Lagapa and Becca Ciancanelli.
A free micro-credential program offering multifaceted professional development on equity and social justice in teaching practices. It is open to grad students, postdocs, teaching staff, and faculty. The program is designed to be completed over one academic year. Applications are required.
Hosted by ICS+CIRES. A monthly virtual meeting for allies of equity work who want to build relationships and discuss the issues.
First Fridays, September to December & February to May at 2:30 - 3:30pm online.
Did you experience or witness problematic behavior?
INSTAAR’s primary responsibility is to create and maintain a safe and inclusive work environment for all. What can you do if you experience or witness problematic behavior such as microaggressions or instances of harassment?