Engage virtually on topics of inclusion in the classroom; anti-Asian racism and COVID-19; and putting purpose into your passion through "heartwork." There will also be a campus "one read" discussion at CU Boulder's 31st Diversity and Inclusion Summit.
The university will allocate funds to support the mental health and wellness needs of undergraduate and graduate students as they continue to navigate the ongoing challenges of COVID-19 and other issues.
The University Libraries are excited to partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement to offer workshops through early November on how to facilitate conversations about race and racism with young children.
Gadiel Del Orbe, former Buzzfeed content creator for Pero Like and guest star on the YouTube/Buzzfeed pilot series "Unfortunatly Ashly," reflects and offers advice. He will give a virtual talk with Julissa Calderon on Oct. 21.
To increase the diversity of its student population, the Graduate School is incentivizing departments to redesign and expand their recruiting efforts for attracting, supporting and funding students from underrepresented groups.
As a part of the Buff community, there are things we can do to create and maintain an inclusive campus environment. Get tips for being an ally and addressing harmful language or actions when you see or hear them, on or off campus.
Racial trauma happens when individuals witness or experience racial discrimination, threats to safety or societal shaming due to the color of their skin or ethnic group affiliation. Here are five ways to begin addressing it.