Diversity Resources

Diversity Resources

The DEI Committee will be providing resources and links.  While these lists are not intended to be exhaustive, the resources referenced can help facilitate dialogue and generate ideas for long-term approaches and solutions for better serving and addressing the circumstances of those in need of additional support and resources at this time. The goal is to create a campus environment that helps all members to experience a sense of belonging and acceptance.  

Faith & Prejudice will host a five part Facebook Live special the week of July 6th exploring the history of race in America and the impact of systemic racism on people of color.

 

Current Clubs and Organizations at Jessup

https://my.jessup.edu/clubsandorgs/get-involved-with-clubs/current-clubs-and-organizations-at-wju/

Panel Discussion on Slavery and its Effects in America.

httpssss://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM76O8FjheY

Video Resources

RightNow Media has highlighted its library of over 2000 video bible studies to focus on the current events in our country.

Studies On Racism And Racial Reconciliation

Series On Responding To Crisis

If you have not registered for your free access to RightNow Media, click this link. If you’re already registered, check out their new “Groups” feature.  Staying connected to friends, family, and small groups has never been easier. Watch content together on RightNow Media with their new groups feature.

Articles

httpssss://www.christianitytoday.com/history/2020/june/juneteenth-answered-prayer-slavery-emancipation.html

Diversity Matters Spring-2020-Advance

More to come . . .