This guide provides resources that will help with research into diversity and inclusivity in the classroom and society. It is a work in progress & does not represent the views of the University of Detroit Mercy.
The University community should feel free to suggest resources for inclusion in the guide. Resources are reviewed by the Science, Race & Technology Learning Community prior to inclusion.
Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion libraries are a way for our students, faculty, and staff to share books and gain knowledge about topics of interest in this area such as:
Culture - Yours, mine, others
Indigeneity - The peoples of this land
Teaching pedagogy for cultural inclusiveness
Racism - What is it and how to talk about it
Novels that express the life experiences of people of color
Ableism - Disability should not be an afterthought
LGBTQ - What it means to be LGBTQ
Social Justice for all
DEI Little Libraries can be found in the Engineering & Science building (outside of the Dean's office), Ford Life Sciences building (outside of Biology), and in the Chemistry building conference room.