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40 Resources Posted

Working from recommendations from Extension professionals across the country, the Rapid Response Team has identified 40 resources that seem to be well-suited to...

Keywords

  • civil dialogue
  • race relations
  • resources

Journal of the Community Development Society Special Issue: Turning the Tide on Poverty

Nearly seven years of work to promote civic engagement in high poverty counties has led to rich insights into where and how this...

Keywords

  • champions
  • civic engagement
  • poverty
  • race relations
  • ripple mapping

Now Is the Time

This report provides practical tools for identifying and assessing diversity on your campus, including an innovative, self-administered reflective questioning process to identify strengths,...

Keywords

  • diversity
  • higher education

Can the Practice of Mindfulness Reduce Unconscious Racial Bias?

Efforts to create inclusive and equitable settings may be strengthened by including the practice of mindfulness. This short article provides some starting...

Keywords

  • mindfulness
  • racial bias

Annotated Bibliography of Structural Racism Present in the U.S. Food System

This annotated bibliography provides current research and outreach on structural racism in the U.S. food system for the food system practitioner, researcher, and...

Keywords

  • food systems
  • structural racism

Tips for Talking about Race

This 3-page document provides strategies for thoughtfully engaging in conversations about race.

Keywords

  • facilitation
  • race

Facilitator Guide for Departmental Discussions about Race

The purpose of this guide, developed by the University of Missouri, is to provide suggestions for ways to begin conversations about race in...

Keywords

  • facilitation
  • race

Diversity, Difference and Conflict: Awareness and Skill-Building for Enhancing Workplace Effectiveness

Diversity, Difference, and Conflict: Awareness and Skill-Building for Enhancing Workplace Effectiveness is an online training module developed at the University of Missouri.

Keywords

  • conflict resolution