D&I Further Education

This page is an offshoot of D&I Resources (link below) and is intended as a compendium of educational resources for furthering one's learning about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Rather than claiming this page to be an exhaustive list of resources, the D&I Committee hopes to collect and document any and all resources that come their way, without being limited by the needs of an easy-to-navigate landing page.

D&I Core Resources

Implicit Bias & Microaggressions

Black History and Liberation

  • PBS - Dr. Daina Ramey Berry on Black History

    In recognition of Black History Month, this Brief But Spectacular comes from historian Daina Ramey Berry, who chairs the history department at the University of Texas at Austin. She is dedicated to rethinking the way we teach American history to all students, and her latest book is called, "A Black Women's History of the United States."

  • Understanding America: From Slavery to Stacey Abrams: The Year of the Black Wom…

    Historian Daina Ramey Berry, Chair of the History Department at the University of Texas at Austin and author of "A Black Women's History of the United States", provides a historical perspective of the leadership of Black Women from 1619 to 2021 – The Year of the Black Woman. She will also discuss the role African American women play today at the forefront of the movement to expand voting rights.

Indigenous Histories and Futures

  • Native Land Map

    An interactive map to learn more about the Native hosts on whose land KU and the rest of Kansas stands

  • KU First Nations Student Association (FNSA) Emergency Fund

    This fund will provide financial assistance to currently enrolled KU students who are active in FNSA and who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an unexpected situation.