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This resource provides step-by-step guidance to assist colleges and universities in their efforts towards institutional reckoning and healing.
EAB experts spoke with university leaders to better understand the biggest change management barriers preventing bold change on campus. In a recent webinar, the research team shared their findings, including a framework to help secure buy-in.
When addressing historical ties to racial discrimination and oppression, influential stakeholders often focus on the potential risks of doing so and resist change. Our toolkit will help higher ed leaders address these change management barriers to meaningful progress.
Becoming an anti-racist institution involves conscious, active, and ongoing effort. In this webinar, participants will learn about the anti-racist behaviors and actions that span across unit and function to transform the experiences of ethnic and diverse populations on campus.
Education leaders share three lessons on addressing historical legacies of racism on campus.
Higher education is being asked to go further than ever to foster equity and dismantle systemic racism, but too few institutions have the accountability systems in place to facilitate follow through on their diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) plans.
Colleges and universities are experiencing intensifying public pressure to grapple with historical ties to racial harm. Before your institution renames, removes, or contextualizes a visible symbol of racial oppression, answer these 15 critical questions to ensure your work sustains and achieves strategic and transformative outcomes.
To create real change on campus, education leaders must make DEIJ efforts a comprehensive and institution-wide effort.
Get the materials from EAB's roundtable event for community college leaders where we discussed why higher education needs to dismantle systemic racism and how EAB's framework can help.
University leaders are feeling increasing pressure to grapple with histories of racism embedded in physical and cultural artifacts on campuses. To better understand how higher ed is exploring and confronting histories of racism, EAB analyzed existing programs and initiatives from institutions across the United States and Canada.