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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Black History Month

Black history is all our history. It’s impossible to disentangle Black history from white people, especially the history of the United States, as this nation owes its prosperity to the seizing of resources from Native Americans who dwelled here, and on the backs of enslaved people that allowed colonizers to flourish.

In this month set aside specifically to honor Black history, we have added information about a few of our own local contributors to the Midwest's rich Black history here on this web page. Staff Council encourages everyone to use Black History Month to recognize and celebrate Black art, music, culture, food, institutions, leadership, and joy, while also continuing to value and protect Black lives and fight the structures and systems that threaten them.  See our full Black History Month Statement and this list of DePaul events for Black History Month 2022 for more ways to get involved.

Staff Council Vision and Action Plan for Racial Justice

Staff Council is committed to dismantling systemic racism at DePaul University.  Read our Vision and Action Plan for Racial Justice to learn more about our commitments for the 2020-21 academic year.

Staff Programming and Events

To learn about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, explore the BUILD Diversity Certificate.  Enroll in courses in the Learning & Development Portal.

Join our Diversity, Mission & Inclusion Office Hours to chat about any diversity and equity topics in which you are interested.  Office hours are every Tuesday from 10:00-11:00 AMLearn more about the discussion topics for upcoming office hours.

Employee Resource Groups

Additional university constituent resources

Presentation & Professional Development Requests

To host a cultural event and have the costs covered by the Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity, complete the online Funding Proposal For Cultural Programming Form.  Completing this form will have your event considered for the President's Signature Series, MLK Celebration Awards, General Diversity Programming, or Student Diversity Programming.  Indicate the initiative to which you are applying in the "Event Purpose" section of your proposal.

Dealing with Harassment & Discrimination

Learning on your own

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