The Department of Sociology is committed to increasing the representation of historically underrepresented groups excluded from participation in U.S. higher education. As an important part of that goal, we assembled a non-comprehensive (and evolving) resource list to assist faculty, staff, and students in understanding and appreciating EDI issues in the Brown Community and our society:

OIED bias glossary of terms

Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit

Diversity Doesn’t Stick Without Inclusion

7 Examples of What Being an Ally at Work Really Looks Like

Antiracist reading list

15 ways to Strengthen Anti-Racist Practice

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

How to Manage When Things Are Not Okay (And Haven’t Been For Centuries)

Office of University Communications Policy

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Student Resources

Brown Center for Students of Color

Brown University Ombuds Office

Counseling and Psychological Services

Global Brown Center for International Students

LGBTQ Center

Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life

Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender

Sexual Harassment & Assault Resources & Education (SHARE) Advocates

Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

Student Support Services

Title IX & Gender Equity

Undocumented, First-Generation College Student and Low-Income Student Center