"As an institution, we are committed to maintaining an environment where students from all backgrounds can thrive and grow as members of a caring, inclusive community. Racism has no place at SUNY Cortland. That means that we, as a university and as individuals who believe that the weed of intolerance limits opportunity and stifles potential, must do more."
– President Erik J. Bitterbaum
In this era of having witnessed multiple police killings of African American boys, men, girls, and women either directly or vicariously through media accounts, communities of Color may experience post-trauma symptoms. California State University has created a group of resources called Racial Trauma, Resiliency, and Ally Resources for managing symptoms and working towards healing. #racialtraumaisreal
Resources and strategies for teaching about Asian Americans and responding to Anti-Asian racism - Prepared by the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA). In the face of continued hate crimes targeting Asian Americans and in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, NCTA at TEA offers educators this resource guide on the Asian American experience. Organized into four sections, the list is not exhaustive, but is intended to provide a selection of resources for immediate use and reflection.
Take our 21-Day Anti-Racism Challenge. Each day offers a new theme with a variety of activities to choose from, including articles, videos and more. Do the challenge on your own, with some friends or as a department.
Offered by Diversity and Resilience Institute of El Paso, this online training is free and open to the public. Other SUNY campuses are recommending this training to their employees. The virtual training is structured into three modules with two hours of content in each and provides opportunities for breaks and self-pacing. According to the training website, participants will:
Connect with other SUNY Cortland community members engaged in anti-racist learning and action:
Watch the following films for free with your Cortland ID.
Institutional Equity and Inclusion Office
Miller Building, Room 404-C
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