Core Values / Inclusion

Black History Month Resources

Our DEI Ambassadors compiled resources in preparation for Black History Month to help faculty incorporate more Black voices and perspectives into curricula. As the DEI Ambassadors share, “We all have a responsibility to celebrate and learn about Black history and culture. We should not limit our teaching and learning to a specific time of year or a specific topic. Teaching Black history and celebrating the contributions of Black Americans allows all of us to contribute to a more inclusive, anti-racist society.”

In additional to a wealth of resources for teachers, the guide the team created provides family resources for raising anti-racist children, including:




Shown below: Librarian Warren Wright has assembled a Black History Month book display in the Oak Campus library, including a number of titles in Chinese.