The Respectful Dialogue Toolkit has been created to help those committed to leading and engaging in important conversations around race and racism, equity, and inclusion. These tools can be adapted for the classroom, the workplace, or a personal conversation with family or friends. This toolkit defines respectful dialogue, provides strategies for nourishing these meaningful conversations, and keeps the community updated with webinars and events to help you further develop your skills. The toolkit was developed in partnership by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning, and University Libraries.
NOVA discrimination against women in science
AAVMC Podcast on Student Wellbeing
How Diversity in the Veterinary World Benefits Everyone, with Allen Cannedy
Diversity and Inclusion on Air - Animal Behavior and Assistance Animals
The Other Side Podcast
AAVMC Diversity and Inclusion on Air
- Soundcloud archives: https://soundcloud.com/diversitymatters-at-aavmc
American Association Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) conversations about diversity, inclusion & veterinary medicine
- New programs will be advertised on the CVM Diversity and Inclusion events page
Tests / Online Trainings
Implicit Association Test
- Implicit Association Test (IAT) https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
OSU Multicultural Center Resources
- Community Kit Project - http://multiculturalcenter.osu.edu/education-and-training/community-kit-project/
- Calendar of events and programs - http://multiculturalcenter.osu.edu/events.aspx
In general, at least 15 minutes of video content should be considered for a learning event. You may combine several shorter videos on one topic or several topic as needed. A single video on any topic may be used as part of a small group discussion and/or facilitated event.
What to do When People Keep Asking Where You're *Really* From
- What to do When People Keep Asking Where You're *Really* From
In this brief video, Ritu Bhasin shares three ways you can respond to questions about where you’re “really” from and some tips for people who want to ask about another person’s culture in an inclusive way.
3 Ways to Be a Better Ally In The Workplace
What You Don't Know: The Science of Unconscious Bias
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Addresses the Racial Tension in American Society
Law Enforcement and the Transgender Community - CRS Roll Call Training Video
Why So Few Diversity Candidates Are Hired
What Is Privilege?
Recommend taking the 50 questions yourself, questions found in the ‘see more’
Trans Men Open Up About Their Experiences With Male Privilege
The Danger of a Single Story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | TED Talks
Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice -- and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
The DNA Journey
Verna Myers: How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them
Our biases can be dangerous, even deadly — as we've seen in the cases of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner, in Staten Island, New York. Diversity advocate Verna Myers looks closely at some of the subconscious attitudes we hold toward out-groups. She makes a plea to all people: Acknowledge your biases. Then move toward, not away from, the groups that make you uncomfortable. In a funny, impassioned, important talk, she shows us how.
Mellody Hobson: Color blind or color brave?
The subject of race can be very touchy. As finance executive Mellody Hobson says, it's a "conversational third rail." But, she says, that's exactly why we need to start talking about it. In this engaging, persuasive talk, Hobson makes the case that speaking openly about race — and particularly about diversity in hiring — makes for better businesses and a better society.
Wade Davis: Cultures at the far edge of the world
With stunning photos and stories, National Geographic Explorer Wade Davis celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the world's indigenous cultures, which are disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate.
Pamela Wible: Why doctors kill themselves
Founder of the ideal medical care movement Pamela Wible shares why, in order to heal patients, physicians must first heal their profession – and what can happen if they don’t.
Clint Smith: The danger of silence
"We spend so much time listening to the things people are saying that we rarely pay attention to the things they don't," says poet and teacher Clint Smith. A short, powerful piece from the heart, about finding the courage to speak up against ignorance and injustice.
Brené Brown on Blame
You are probably a bit of a blamer - most of us are. But why should we give it up? In this witty sequel to our most watched RSA Short, inspirational thinker Brené Brown considers why we blame others, how it sabotages our relationships, and why we desperately need to move beyond this toxic behaviour.
The Impact of Racism on the Health and Well-Being of the Nation. Webinar sponsored by the American Public Health Association. To access, click on link and enter name/email.
LGBTQ Health Disparities (Jan 28, 2015)
Partnership between the College of Nursing and Columbus Public Health.
Next steps for transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming belonging in veterinary medicine
2020 Status Report on Women
As 2020 comes to an end, The Women's Place (TWP) concludes its 20th anniversary celebration. This year, TWP's Status Report on Women at Ohio State celebrates this anniversary by reflecting on TWP's part in creating a more equitable culture and advancing women at the university. The report also offers comparative data to evaluate women's employment and promotion at the university over the last 20 years, while highlighting how everyone at Ohio State can contribute to culture change.
'You Must Retract This Paper'
Scientists want to know why a major journal published findings that female mentors may be bad for your career, even after reviewers pointed out flaws in the paper’s methodology and analysis. Nature Communications says it’s investigating
'Dear Professor': On Anti-Blackness and Learning
A group of non-Black scholars, Learning Scientists for Racial Justice, invites other professors to work together to strengthen teaching and take concrete actions in support of Black lives
Guide To Being an Ally to Transgender and Nonbinary Youth
AVMA Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine
The AVMA strives to promote and maintain diversity and inclusion in the membership of AVMA and in the governance structure and staff of the Association itself.
Guide To Allyship - It’s Time to Talk About Race in the Equine Veterinary Profession
Allyship - an active, consistent, and arduous practice of unlearning and re-evaluating, in which a person in a position of privilege and power seeks to operate in solidarity with a marginalized group
It’s Time to Talk About Race in the Equine Veterinary Profession
What is implicit bias? The invisible racism that makes Black women dread the doctor's office
White people assume niceness is the answer to racial inequality. It's not Robin diAngelo
"I Was a Low-Income College Student. Classes Weren’t the Hard Part." by Anthony Abraham Jack
"This institution was never meant for me": the Impact of Institutional Historical Portraiture on Medical Students
Academic Science Rethinks All-Too-White 'Dude Walls' Of Honor
"Suicide In Our Community"
Coast Guard's Top Officer Pledges "Dedicated Campaign" to Improve Diversity
Rooting out implicit bias in admissions
Mind and Life
(scientific or lay, relevant and appropriate blogs and brief summations)
The Last Slave
Why Black Employees Hesitate to Open Up About Themselves
Being an Effective Ally for Inclusion
How to 'Not Be Rich'
The Starbucks Incident
What Research Tells Us About how Women Are Treated at Work
Yes, You Have Implicit Biases, Too
But Will Her Husband Move?
These Blind Spots Prevent Gender Equality In The Workplace
Bullying and Shaming in Veterinary Medicine - The VBM Podcast with Dr. Betsy Charles
Learning How to Be Together
White privilege: Unpacking the invisible backpack. Peggy McIntosh
An Ivy League Professor On Why Colleges Don't Hire More Faculty of Color: "We don't want them"
Double-blind reviewing at EvoLang 11 reveals gender bias
The Back Page: Embracing Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
Grandma's Experiences Leave a Mark on Your Genes
Clinical Crisis: Why Are So Many Veterinarians Committing Suicide?
Being Transgender Is Not a Mental Disorder
Driving a Wedge Between Evidence and Beliefs: How Online Ideological News Exposure Promotes Political Misperceptions
Rule No. 1 for Female Academics: Don’t Have a Baby
The Mathematics Pipeline and Student Diversity: An Uncommon Dialogue