Diversity Learning and Engagement

The following articles, publications and other resources are provided as a public service for people seeking more information, knowledge and perspectives related to the national conversation about racism in America. This resource page will be updated with some regularity. Except for the items produced by and credited to members of The Ohio State University community, the public resources below are unaffiliated with The Ohio State University and the College of Nursing, and the opinions shared in any of these externally-curated resources are those of the authors.

If you have feedback or ideas about content, please email CONdiversity@osu.edu.

 

Upcoming event:
  • "Supporting Students and Colleagues in the Wake of 2020: Integrating Trauma-Informed Approaches to Our Return to Campus," hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion: October 5 from 4 - 5:30 p.m. via Zoom (click here to register)
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Discussion Buddy

The Discussion Buddy document is designed to help facilitate positive, community-building and community-strengthening conversations. It includes helpful tips for having hard, yet necessary, conversations to empower people through collaborative dialogue aimed at valuable connection, support and safety.

Resources to support People of Color
Resources for education on existing systemic racism

Lists of books, podcasts, etc. for continued learning:

Resources to support Black business-owners and artists
Resources to take anti-racism action
Resources in Spanish

 

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