University of Guelph's Anti-Racism Action Plan

The University of Guelph is committed to fostering a safe educational, working, and living environment, where all University community members experience an authentic sense of inclusion and belonging. To that end, the University commits to taking swift and deliberate steps to address racism, hatred and discrimination, with a particular emphasis on anti-Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) racism, on all U of G campuses and in its policies, procedures and practices. The University of Guelph's Anti-Racism Action Plan contains a number of key initiatives that are first steps in building a strong foundation of equity and inclusion for everyone at the U of G.

cover of handbook featuring three students walking through campus The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion COVID-19 Handbook is now available online! It contains helpful resources on how to be a strong ally, how to deal with stigma, how to support those facing mental health challenges and how to be an inclusive leader.

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