Inclusivity Resources for Employees

Self-awareness and mutual understanding are starting points on the journey toward confronting the intolerance and inhumanity that racial inequities engender. Both can be nurtured through courageous and compassionate conversations, sharing resources, and formal learning opportunities.

I encourage all of us to reflect on what we can do to build a more just society, to acknowledge biases and privileges that perpetuate inequality, and to ensure that our campus is a place where all feel valued, regardless of our differences.

Lianne Sullivan-Crowley, Vice President for Human Resources
(Read full statement.)

HR invites you to take advantage of the following resources:

If you have questions or ideas on how we, as a campus community, can do more to help address these issues, contact us.