How to Survive a Difficult Conversation: Race Ahead

This article comes from a weekly (weekdays) series, raceAhead, produced by Ellen McGirt, @ellmcgirt, and distributed by FORTUNE. It is something I...

Increasing Cultural Awareness & Equity in Extension Programs – Online Modules

To access the course: 1. Go to https://campus.extension.org 2. The login pane is on the left hand...

Racial Taboo: The Edenton Experience

The Edenton Experience from Wave Communications Films on Vimeo. A small number of people can have  a big positive impact on a community...

Agribusiness Small Farm Diversity

Equality for all opportunities for small farmers.

Promotion of Civility

What is Promotion of Civility? Civility is claiming and caring for one’s identity, needs and beliefs without degrading someone else’s in the process....

Social Justice Development

What is Social Justice? Synthesizing the social justice discourse in educational leadership, Furman and Gruenewald (2004) offer three shared meanings of social justice...

Understanding Implicit Bias

What is Implicit Bias? Also known as implicit social cognition, implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions,...

Microaggression Development and Understanding

What is Microaggression? Microaggressions are the everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory,...

Cultural Competency

What is Cultural Competency? Cultural competency is associated and was recognized by the general and mental health industry and is the human behavior...

Foundation Individual Rights in Education

Curated by the fire.org (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education). These resources outline ones rights to their freedom of speech in relation to...

Things to consider when including the 1st Amendment

Understanding the importance of Freedom of Speech in consideration with Title VI, Title VII, and Title IX. Education and Title VI (6) [prohibits...

Racial Microaggressions: Comments That Sting | The New York Times

Across college campuses and social media, younger generations have started to challenge those fleeting comments that seem innocent but leave uneasy feelings behind....