This link provides a list of videos and readings that educators can utilize to approach conversations in the classroom about Black Lives Matter movement. #BlackLivesMatter has emerged in recent years as a movement committed to resisting, unveiling, and undoing histories of state sanctioned violence against black and brown bodies.
In this video, The Chronicle of Higher Education interviews multiple students about challenges and safety issues they face on their campuses, including binary views of gender, accommodations available for a name change, housing concerns, and a need for resources and dedicated staff.
This link provides a list of readings that educators can utilize to approach conversations in the classroom about the horrific event that unfolded in Charleston, June 17th, 2015.
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Diversity consists of understanding and accepting our individual differences and the searching for that which we have in common. Diversity work is about the exploration of these differences in a safe, positive, and nurturing environment. It is respecting each other, struggling together and moving beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating the rich dimensions of diversity. Below are a variety of resources that SUNY Cortland offers that will help you better understand your own diversity and the diversity around you.
Use these diversity links to discover helpful teaching and employment resources. We also welcome your suggested additions.
In addition to what SUNY Cortland offers around diversity, inclusion, and social justice, below are a variety of resources which can be utilized to continue to develop your understanding and appreciation of diversity and self-awareness. These links direct you to external sites. SUNY Cortland is not responsible for the accuracy of information, site maintenance or opinions expressed.