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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

DEI Library

Develop your understanding and empathy through reading

Check out our extensive reading lists, developed in collaboration with Branner Earth Sciences Library, on a variety of DEI topics.

At Stanford Earth we recognize the importance of recognizing all forms of identity and addressing issues of racial and social justice.

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A land acknowledgment is a traditional custom in many Native communities and nations to show respect to the people of the land since time immemorial.

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Academia has been characterized as an “ivory tower” because of its elitism and disconnection with the reality of many communities around the world.

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The role of faculty and staff creating welcoming spaces for students and peers is crucial in the development of a sense of belonging that can help individuals to thrive in academic settings.

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Meaningful community engagement can take several forms, from culturally responsive outreach to community-based participatory research.

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All forms of environmental justice encompass an issue of social justice.

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Resources to address hostile actions towards women and LGBTQ+ individuals.

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A compilation of multiple resources including readings, community, wellness, and support resources across different identities.

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Isabel Carrera Zamanillo

Questions?

If you have any questions about this resource page or would like to contribute, please email Isabel Carrera Zamanillo at micz@stanford.edu.

 

We are actively working on this list, but if you have any suggestions for anti-racist readings or resources for making our institution more inclusive, please submit here.

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