Principles of Belonging: Anti-Oppression & Anti-Racism

Principles of Belonging: Anti-Oppression & Anti-Racism Training Module

The Office of Diversity & Human Rights (DHR), is pleased to introduce a new online training module, Principles of Belonging: Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism. This module is available to all students, faculty, and staff and introduces core principles that can be used to foster more inclusive spaces and create a culture of belonging for all campus community members. 

The module is organized into two parts, which together will take about 1 hour to complete. The first half is on Principles of Anti-Oppression, which provides participants with an introduction to equity and inclusion on campus and four broad core anti-oppression principles that are applicable across a broad range of identity groups. 

The second half is on Principles of Anti-Racism and enables participants to explore how to engage in anti-racism and enact anti-racist practices on campus. It focuses on introducing key concepts like systemic racism, power, privilege, allyship, microagressions, and cultural appropriation.

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