The minor in Racial Justice, Equity, and Inclusion is designed for all students curious about racial justice. It furnishes students with an academic credential in diversity, equity, and inclusion training that prepares them for success in corporate, government, and nonprofit fields.
Students will gain knowledge proficiency about the history, politics, and culture of key racial and ethnic groups, including African Americans, Latinx Americans, and Native Americans. They will develop ease and confidence in having difficult conversations about race, privilege, and cultural difference, as well as the ability to research, write, and speak about racial and ethnic issues in an evidence-based, clear, logically sound, and persuasive way.
The new minor will be available for students to declare in fall semester 2021.
For more information, contact academic advisor Sarah Feit (firstname.lastname@example.org) or associate professor Tom Gannon (email@example.com).