Utica Joins Elite Schools in National Coalition of Liberal Arts Institutions to Examine Race, 校园公平
“We are building a strong infrastructure to sustain our institutional commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion to help get members of our community informed on issues and matters relevant to developing a more just, 多样化的, 公平和包容的气候.”
Utica College has joined a prestigious coalition of colleges and universities across the country, formed to examine race and equity on college campuses. The Liberal Arts College Racial Equity Leadership Alliance (LACRELA) has been created to foster greater understanding in combating these issues.
由Shaun Harper开发, Race and Equity Center executive director at the University of Southern California (USC), LACRELA seeks to help professionals at colleges develop and achieve equity goals, better understand and correct problems, avoid and recover from racial incidents, and foster sustainable cultures of inclusion.
从这个月开始, the USC Equity Center will host monthly virtual meetings on different aspects of racial equality, including confronting acts of racism and violence on campus.
除了, employees of all member colleges will have access to an online repository of resources and tools including readings, 案例研究, 视频, 幻灯片, 对话脚本等.
“I am proud and honored that Utica has joined LACRELA in our efforts to foster an inclusive community,劳拉·卡萨门托说, 尤蒂卡总裁. “This partnership goes hand in hand with significant efforts already under way at Utica College, including formation of the Strategic Advisory Committee for Diversity, 公平与包容, 和多样性, 公平与包容 Collaborative.”
“Utica’s partnership with LACRELA is a timely and welcomed resource, 等, 比如小组间对话, Diversity 公平与包容 training module that the entire institutional workforce is required to complete,安东尼·贝尔德说, 多元化副总裁, 公平与包容, 学生 Transitions and the Chief Diversity Officer. “We are building a strong infrastructure to sustain our institutional commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion to help get members of our community informed on issues and matters relevant to developing a more just, 多样化的, 公平和包容的气候.”
Presidents of Alliance member colleges will meet quarterly to confidentially share strategies, seek advice and brainstorm ways to leverage the Alliance for collective impact on racial equity in higher education. The group will also serve as a resource in instances when a rapid response to crises may be needed.
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