Equity and Inclusion Resources

The Allyship & Anti-Oppression Resource Guide was launched in November 2013. It was initially developed in response to requests from students, faculty, and staff to clarify terminology used in campus discussions around diversity and inclusion. The guide continues to be developed through a collaboration among students, staff, and faculty, providing a starting point for exploring issues of allyship, anti-oppression work, and social justice.

Visit the allyship guide here.

Check out the AORTA Collective resource page, which includes a guide to anti-oppressive facilitation strategies for running better meetings that are more inclusive of all participants.

Visit the AORTA resources page.

Trying to plan an on-campus event? Take a look at Professor Thomason's guide on the Tri-Co site!

Visit the planning guide!

Need to facilitate a meeting? Berit Lakey's guide identifies some ingredients of good meetings and provides tips that facilitators can use before, during, and after meetings. This guide also describes some ways to evaluate and improve meetings, such as having a process observer.

Visit "Meeting Facilitation: The No-Magic Method" by Berit Lakey.