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...

Doing Our Own Work: An Anti-Racism Seminar for White People

At this time in our nation, we are witnessing an alarming resurgence of white supremacy and state sanctioned violence. It is imperative that...

If There’s Only One Woman in Your Candidate Pool, There’s Statistically No Chance She’ll Be Hired

There are more CEOs of large U.S. companies who are named David (4.5%) than there are CEOs who are women (4.1%) — and...

Inclusive Faculty Hiring

Increasing the diversity of the faculty is an important goal of the University of Maryland. The Inclusive Faculty Hiring Pilot Program engages search...

Trying to ‘De-Bias’ Faculty Recruiting

Can a shift in the way candidates are evaluated eliminate bias based on gender, race and background?

Guide to Best Practices in Faculty Search and Hiring

This guide begins with a checklist of best practices in faculty search and hiring. It is our hope that these practices will come...

Best Practices for Conducting Faculty Searches

This guide is intended to supplement existing School-specific faculty search guidelines and may be customized to suit the needs of individual Schools. For...

Project READY: Reimagining Equity & Access for Diverse Youth

This site hosts a series of free, online professional development modules for school and public youth services librarians, library administrators, and others interested...

Critical Practices for Anti -Bias Education

This critical practices guide offers practical strategies for creating a space where academic and social-emotional goals are accomplished side by side. It also...

Equity and Empowerment Lens (Racial Justice Focus)

A Lens leads us to think about issues in a new way; it can bring an idea into focus, or alternately, expand it...

From Hopelessness to Hope Social Justice Pedagogy in Urban Education and Youth Development

This article reviews the social justice youth development (SJYD) model conceptualized to facilitate and enhance urban youth awareness of their personal potential, community...

A Social Justice Perspective on Youth and Community Development Theorizing the Processes and Outcomes of Participation

This article draws upon a study of 88 justice-oriented, community-based United States youth programs to explore how youth development philosophies shape the processes...