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Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion
Allies and Advocates by
Call Number: HF5549.5.M5 C33 2021
This book provides straightforward information and action items to make any workplace more inclusive. A lot of books are not simple enough and they don't use accessible examples. Allies and Advocates simplifies complex topics, gives real-world examples, and provides tactics to help everyone see their own role in creating an inclusive work environment.
America on Fire by
Call Number: E185.615 .H524 2021
Hinton shows that the events of 2020 had clear precursors-- and any attempt to understand our current crisis requires a reckoning with the recent past. She takes us on a troubling journey from Detroit in 1967 and Miami in 1980 to Los Angeles in 1992, charting the persistence of structural racism and one of its primary consequences, the so-called urban riot. Hinton warns that rebellions will continue until an oppressive system is finally remade on the principles of justice and equality.
Anti-Racist Ally by
Call Number: HT 1521 .W537 2021
Sophie Williams’ no-holds-barred posts about racism and Black Lives Matter on @officialmillennialblack have taken the online world by storm. Sharp, simple and insightful, they get to the heart of anti-racist principles and show us all how to truly be better allies.
Antiracism and Universal Design for Learning by
Call Number: LC212.2 F75 2020
Drawing on years of work in urban schools, Fritzgerald shows readers how to : Use the UDL framework to create antiracist classrooms and schools : Transform barriers into learning opportunities to set students up for success : Adjust teaching and learning to create safe zones for academic perseverance : Use team structures to guide the learning community in implementation of and reflection on UDL : Create strategies to monitor progress, share success and ask questions to create options so all students, especially those who are the furthest from educational justice, can access a rigorous, meaningful education that will allow them to dream, innovate, and succeed.
The Antiracist by
Call Number: E184.A1 K663 2020
How to Start the Conversation about Race and Take Action, will compel readers to focus on the degree in which they have previously, or are currently contributing to the racial inequalities in this country (knowingly or unknowingly), and ways they can become stronger in their activism. The Antiracist is an explosive indictment on injustice, highlighted by Kondwani Fidel, a rising young literary talent, who offers a glimpse into not only the survival required of one born in a city like Baltimore, but how we can move forward to tackle violent murders, police brutality, and poverty.
Automating Inequality by
Call Number: HC79.P6 E89 2019
In Automating Inequality, Virginia Eubanks systematically investigates the impacts of data mining, policy algorithms, and predictive risk models on poor and working-class people in America.
Belonging : the key to transforming and maintaining diversity, inclusion and equality at work by
Call Number: HF5549.5.M5 U54 2020
Following extensive research and interviews of over 200 international businesses, Kathryn Jacob, Sue Unerman and Mark Edwards have discovered one major problem that is holding back the move towards greater diversity: why aren't the men getting involved? Belonging is the call to action we need today- the tool to turn the men in power into allies as we battle discrimination, harassment, pay gaps, structural racism, and patriarchy at every level of the workplace. The lessons in this book will help us work together to build a better workplace where everyone feels they belong.
Better Allies by
Call Number: HD6955 .C38 2019
Are you looking to build a workplace culture with a certain buzz about it? Where employees are thriving and engagement survey scores are through the roof? Where people from different backgrounds, races, genders, sexual orientations and identities, ages, and abilities are hired and set up for success?
Black Fatigue by
Call Number: RC451.5.N4 W56 2020
This is the first book to define and explore Black fatigue, the intergenerational impact of systemic racism on the physical and psychological health of Black people--and explain why and how society needs to collectively do more to combat its pernicious effects.
The Campus Color Line by
Call Number: LC2781 .C57 2020
This book unfolds the untold history of one of the United States' most notable civil rights crises from the perspective of academic leaders
Caste (Oprah's Book Club) by
Call Number: HT725.U6 W55 2020
In this brilliant book, Isabel Wilkerson gives us a masterful portrait of an unseen phenomenon in America as she explores, through an immersive, deeply researched narrative and stories about real people, how America today and throughout its history has been shaped by a hidden caste system, a rigid hierarchy of human rankings.
The Color of Money by
Call Number: E185.8 .B37 2019
When the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863, the black community owned less than one percent of the United States' total wealth. More than one hundred and fifty years later, that number has barely budged. The Color of Money seeks to explain the stubborn persistence of this racial wealth gap by focusing on the generators of wealth in the black community: black banks.
The Conversation by
Call Number: HT1521 .L58 2021
An essential tool for individuals, organizations, and communities of all sizes to jump-start dialogue on racism and bias and to transform well-intentioned statements on diversity into concrete actions—from a leading Harvard social psychologist.
Diversity and Cultural Awareness in Nursing Practice by
Call Number: RT 86.54 .D58 2020
As a nurse responsible for providing person-centred care it is vital that you understand how culture and diversity affect patients’ experience of health care. Ensuring that you are able to communicate effectively with people from across the social spectrum and tailor your nursing practice to the needs of the individual is not simple but this book will provide you with the knowledge, awareness and skills to do it.
Exploring Campus Diversity by
Call Number: LC1099.3 .E98 2018x
Exploring Campus Diversity:Case Studies and Exercises explores the realistic chain of events that happens on college and university campuses across the United States that involve issues of diversity and campus climate.
From Anger to Action by
Call Number: HM671 .J33 2021x
From Anger to Action tells the stories of the citizens' movements charting new paths to tackle the big global challenges that lie behind the political upheavals of our times. Drawing on candid insights from citizens, activists, and innovators, and their own experiences as leaders of advocacy organizations, the authors give an insider account of the battle for change
From Here to Equality by
Call Number: E185.89.R45 D37 2020
Racism and discrimination have choked economic opportunity for African Americans at nearly every turn. In 'From Here to Equality, ' William Darity Jr. and A. Kirsten Mullen confront these injustices head-on and make the most comprehensive case to date for economic reparations for U.S. descendants of slavery.
Grading for Equity by
Call Number: LB3051 .F44 2019
It is well-documented that African-American and Latino students, boys, as well as special education students, are disproportionately suspended and expelled, influenced by teachers' unconscious but biased judgments of student behavior. Virtually ignored is how teachers' incorporate subjective and non-academic criteria into their grades (through criteria such as student attitude, "participation", and "effort"), and how approach to grading contributes to these same students' disproportionately high course failure rates and disproportionately low placement in advanced academic tracks
Hacking Diversity by
Call Number: HV 6773 .D855 2020
Hacking, as a mode of technical and cultural production, is commonly celebrated for its extraordinary freedoms of creation and circulation. Yet surprisingly few women participate in it: rates of involvement by technologically skilled women are drastically lower in hacking communities than in industry and academia. Hacking Diversity investigates the activists engaged in free and open-source software to understand why, despite their efforts, they fail to achieve the diversity that their ideals support.
How to Be an Inclusive Leader by
Call Number: HD57.7 .B7656 2019
We know why diversity is important, but how do we drive real change at work? Diversity and inclusion expert Jennifer Brown provides a step-by-step guide for the personal and emotional journey we must undertake to create an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive
Inclusive Conversations by
Call Number: HD30.3 .W555 2020
In today's workplace, conversations about diversity are vital but filled with potential pitfalls-award-winning consultant Mary-Frances Winters provides specific, tactical, and compassionate approaches for dialoguing across difference
Inclusive Directions by
Call Number: LB2328.15.U6 W55 2017
As community colleges continue to be significant in the national landscape of higher education by providing access to education and job training to diverse constituents, conversations about the support for strategic diversity leadership are paramount. Now more than ever, senior leaders must be intentional in aligning strategy with outcomes and guidance in relation to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Introduction to Criminal Justice by
Call Number: HV 9950 .R48 202
Helping students develop a passion to learn more about the dynamic field of criminal justice, this concise bestseller introduces students to the criminal justice system by following the case studies of four individuals in their real-life progression through the system.
The Legacy of Racism for Children by
Call Number: HQ 799.2 .R33 L44 2020
The Legacy of Racism for Children: Psychology, Law, and Public Policy examines issues that arise when minority children's lives are directly or indirectly influenced by law and public policy. Uniquely comprehensive in scope, this trailblazing volume offers cutting-edge chapters on the intersections of race/ethnicity within the context of child maltreatment, child dependency court, custody and adoption, familial incarceration, school discipline and the "school-to-prison pipeline," juvenile justice, police/youth interactions, and jurors' perceptions of child and adolescent victims and defendants.
Music Education for Social Change by
Call Number: MT 1 .H49 2019
Music Education for Social Change: Constructing an Activist Music Education develops an activist music education rooted in principles of social justice and anti-oppression. Based on the interviews of 20 activist-musicians across the United States and Canada, the book explores the common themes, perceptions, and philosophies among them, positioning these activist-musicians as catalysts for change in music education while raising the question: amidst racism and violence targeted at people who embody difference, how can music education contribute to changing the social climate?
The Oxford Handbook of Social Justice in Music Education by
Call Number: MT 1 .O96 2015
Music education has historically had a tense relationship with social justice. One the one hand, educators concerned with music practices have long preoccupied themselves with ideas of open participation and the potentially transformative capacity that musical interaction fosters. On the other
hand, they have often done so while promoting and privileging a particular set of musical practices, traditions, and forms of musical knowledge, which has in turn alienated and even excluded many children from music education opportunities.
Psychology, Human Growth and Development for Social Work by
Call Number: HV41 .O324 2020
Written by a psychologist with extensive teaching experience, it offers a clear and systematic exploration of psychological concepts and research, and discussion of their relevance for social work practice. The psychological framework provides thematic coherence for a uniquely wide range of material, from brain development to communication skills, psychiatric diagnoses to forms of discrimination.
Call Number: HV7254.A7 O25 2011
Victor Rios grew up in the ghetto of Oakland, California in the 1980s and 90s. A former gang member and juvenile delinquent, Rios managed to escape the bleak outcome of many of his friends and earned a PhD at Berkeley and returned to his hometown to study how inner city young Latino and African American boys develop their sense of self in the midst of crime and intense policing.Punished examines the difficult lives of these young men, who now face punitive policies in their schools, communities, and a world where they are constantly policed and stigmatized.
Race, Sports, and Education by
Call Number: LC2781 .S553 2019
Race, Sports, and Education highlights the myriad ways in which organized collegiate sport has both positively contributed to and negatively detracted from the educational experiences of Black male college athletes. Specifically, John N. Singer examines the educational experiences, opportunities, and outcomes of Black males who have played NCAA Division I football and/or basketball at historically White colleges and universities
Race after Technology by
Call Number: HN90.I56 B46 2019
Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code is a 2019 American book focusing on a range of ways in which social hierarchies, particularly racism, are embedded in the logical layer of internet-based technologies.
Racial Microaggressions in Education by
Call Number: LC212 .S65 2020
This unique contribution to the study of racial microaggressions uses Critical Race Theory (CRT) to develop concepts, frameworks, and models. With a focus on the lived experiences of People of Color, this book can be used to disrupt the everyday racism that continues to target so many Communities of Color
Readings for Diversity and Social Justice by
Call Number: E184.A1 R386 2018
Retaining the key features and organization that has made Readings for Diversity and Social Justice an indispensable text for teaching issues of social justice while simultaneously updating and expanding its coverage, this new edition features over 40 new selections considering current topics and events such as the Black Lives Matter movement, workplace immigration raids, gentrification, wealth inequality, the disability rights of prisoners and inmates, and the Keystone XL pipeline protests.
Stamped from the Beginning by
Call Number: E185.61 .K358 2017
Stamped from the Beginning uses the lives of five major American intellectuals to offer a window into the contentious debates between assimilationists and segregationists and between racists and antiracists. From Puritan minister Cotton Mather to Thomas Jefferson, from fiery abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison to brilliant scholar W.E.B. Du Bois to legendary anti-prison activist Angela Davis, Kendi shows how and why some of our leading proslavery and pro-civil rights thinkers have challenged or helped cement racist ideas in America.
Subtle Acts of Exclusion by
Call Number: BF575.P9 J354 2020
This practical, accessible, nonjudgmental handbook is the first to help individuals and organizations recognize and prevent microaggressions, so that all employees can feel the sense of belonging in the workplace that they deserve.
The Sum of Us by
Call Number: E185.8.M38 S86 2021
The Sum of Us is a brilliant analysis of how we arrived here: divided and self-destructing, materially rich but spiritually starved and vastly unequal. McGhee marshals economic and sociological research to tell an irrefutable story of racism's costs, but at the heart of the book are the humble stories of people yearning to be part of a better America, including white supremacy's collateral victims: white people themselves. With startling empathy, this heartfelt message from a Black woman to a multiracial America leaves us with a new vision for a future in which we finally realize that life can be more than a zero-sum game.
Tacit Racism by
Call Number: E184.A1 R36 2020
Waverly Duck and Anne Rawls propose in this book that when "tacit" racism becomes institutionalized in the expectations of ordinary interaction-in what the authors call "Interaction Orders of Race"--it creates vast amounts of largely invisible and unconscious inequality. Because of this, interactions can produce race inequality whether the people involved are aware of it or not.
Unstable Masks by
Call Number: PN 6725 .U485 2020
Contributors not only examine superhero narratives but also delve into the production, distribution, audience, and reception of those narratives, highlighting the imbrication of forces that have helped to create, normalize, question, and sometimes even subvert American beliefs about whiteness and race. Unstable Masks considers the co-constitutive nature of identity, representation, narrative, production and consumption, and historical and cultural contexts in forging the stereotypes that decide who gets to be a superhero and who gets to be American on the four-color pages of comic books.
Visioning Multicultural Education by
Call Number: LC1099.3 .V574 2021
Organized by the National Association of Multicultural Education, this volume explores the organic relationship between the past, present, and future of the discipline. In particular, the book addresses the various forms of recent social upheaval, from educational inequities and growing economic divides to extreme ideological differences and immigration conflicts. Written by a hand-selected group of eminent and emerging scholars, chapters draw lessons from the past two decades and celebrate present accomplishments in order to ambition a better future through multicultural education
White Fragility by
Call Number: HT1521 .D486 2018
In this groundbreaking and timely book, antiracist educator Robin DiAngelo deftly illuminates the phenomenon of white fragility...In this in-depth exploration, DiAngelo explores how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do to engage more constructively.
The White Racial Frame by
Call Number: E184.A1 F395 2020
Feagin examines how and why this frame emerged in North America and evolved over time, which racial groups are framed within it, how it has operated in the past and in the present for white Americans and Americans of color, and how the latter have long responded with strategies of resistance. In this new edition is a discussion of the impact of the white frame on popular culture and a discussion of the white racial frame's significant impacts on public policymaking, immigration, the environment, health care, and crime
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