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DIVERSITY Committee
National Women's Hall of Fame
Internet Resources on Native Americans
The Underground Railroad
Today in Black History
African American Web Connection
Council on American-Islamic Relations
The Internet African American History Challenge
The Internet African American History Challenge
Asian Nation
50 Multicultural Books Every Child Should Read
Teaching Tolerance
My Hero Project
Council for Exceptional Children
Teaching For Change
National Civil Rights Museum
AIDS Support Service Links
EdChange
Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium
(En) Gender
Books and Movies about the Disability Experience
"Though I am different from you, we were born involved with one another."  (T'ao Chin)
DIVERSITY  includes age, disabilities, economic status, ethnicity, first-generation college students,
gender, gender identity, geography, high abilities, language, race, religion, and sexual orientation.
The committee's charge is to (1) develop diversity programs and activities that support students,
faculty, and staff and (2) promote compliance with diversity accreditation standards.
AGE
DISABILITIES
GENDER | WOMEN
LANGUAGE | ESL
GLBT
RACE
HIGH ABILITIES
RELIGION
AGE
DISABILITIES
ETHNICITY
GENDER | WOMEN
HIGH ABILITIES
LANGUAGE | ESL
SEXUAL ORIENTATION
RELIGION
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internet Resources
DR. KING INTERNET RESOURCES
"Our lives begin to end on the day we
become silent about things that matter."
School of Education & Counseling
INTERNET DIVERSITY INFORMATION, RESOURCES, AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Yellow Pages for Kids
The 2015-16 Committee:  Bonnie Colon; Lisa Hollingsworth; Tom Mihail, Co-Chair; Mashone Parker; Co-Chair;
Sheila Stephenson; Kelly Vaughan; and Ryan Sosnowski, Teacher Candidate Representative
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPPORT TEACHING AND LEARNING
City Year
up2us
Citizen Schools
Communities in Schools
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Senior Corps
Adopt-A-Classroom
It Gets Better
National MultiCultural Institute
Children
CHILDREN
Reality 101
Nelson Mandela Internet Resources
Nelson Mandela
Internet Resources
Anti-Bias Education
Remembering and Teaching the Holocaust
Remembering
and Teaching
THE HOLOCAUST
stop using the r-word
LatinoUSA
FREE TEACHER RESOURCES
Academic Earth
Federal Resources for Academic Excellence
Library of Congress for Teachers
NASA for Educators
National Science Digital Library
PBS Teachers
teAchnology
Myths and Facts About Supported Inclusive Education
Myths and Facts About Supported Inclusive Education
Myths develop because they sound intuitively correct and support stereotypical thinking.
The facts are clearly supported by educational research evidence.
Infinity of Nations
Native Tech
United for Peace and Justice
Disability is Natural
Special Needs Radio: The Inclusive Class
Deaf Performing Arts Network
Miss Representation
Lives Worth Living
Spark:  Apprenticeships that change lives
One
ECONOMIC STATUS
ECONOMIC STATUS
ETHNICITY
GENDER IDENTITY
GENDER IDENTITY
GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY
RACE
TEACHING STRATEGIES AND RESOURCES
Multicultural Pavilion
Close the Book on Hate: 101 Ways to Combat Prejudice
Close the Book on Hate
Teaching Diverse Learners
Equity Alliance
TEACHING DIVERSE
LEARNERS
Multicultural Education Internet Resource Guide
Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
DIVERSITY AND
INCLUSIVE TEACHING
Promoting Tolerance and Peace in Children
PROMOTING
TOLERANCE AND PEACE
Diversity Equity Reform
DIVERSITY EQUITY
REFORM
Inclusive Teaching
Understanding Prejudice
Myths and Facts About Supported Inclusive Education
Peace Corps
Peace Education Foundation
Discovery Education
TheTeachersCorner.net
Families
theGrio
Not in Our Town
Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network
Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation
Asian American People
Honoring Children's Languages
ReadWorks.org
THIS WEEK'S QUOTE
PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
All for Good
Catchafire
ServeNet
Volunteer Match
Time:  How Service Can Save Us
Same love
ONE DREAM
ONE DREAM
ONE DREAM
"Fifty years ago 250,000 people converged on
the National Mall for a March on Washington.
It became not just the largest political
demonstration to date in American history, but
also the beginning of a new era, defined by the
phrase 'I Have a Dream.'"  (
TIME Magazine)
THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON
MULTICULTURAL
EDUCATION
Nelson Mandela
"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul  
than the way in which it treats its children."
ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT LEADER | PRESIDENT OF SOUTH AFRICA (1994-1999)
Nelson Mandela Children's Fund
Nelson Mandela Day
Nelson Mandela Biography (Nobelprize.org)
In Memory:  Nelson Mandela
DisabilityScoop
PowerUp
change.org
Global Diversity Search
Brown at 60
Proud To Be
BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION (1954)
"We conclude that, in the field of public education, the
doctrine of 'separate but equal' has no place.
Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal."
Brown v. Board of Education
GLOBAL RENAISSANCE WOMAN
"If you get, give.
If you learn, teach."
Maya Angelou
Civil Rights: Hispanic Americans
Remembering Justin Dart, Jr.
America is Beautiful
Gracie
Just Checking
Hateful reactions to these commercials, and the ensuing world-wide conversation, make our work clear.
This is Wholesome
Honey Maid's Response to Anti-Gay Backlash
Diversity Web
Progressive Talk | Chicago
A New Majority in K-12
U.S. School Enrollment Hits Majority-Minority Milestone
I Can't Breathe
I Can't Breathe
It's On Us
Love Has No Labels
Website by
Tom Mihail
"As we approach the evening of our lives, we want
to make sure our children have a better morning."
UNITED STATES CONGRESSMAN, MARYLAND'S 7TH DISTRICT
When asked about charges against six Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Elijah Cummings
HeForShe
HeForShe
HeForShe
Keith and Cammy
#EqualDreams
#howwefamily
#takepride
Love This Life
Safe in My Hands
Special Olympics:  Words Hurt
AUTHOR
I Am NOT Black, You are NOT White
Best and Worst LGBT Videos of 2015
The
Common Core Lesson Plans
#NotLost | Claiming Syria's Future
Where Have All the Teachers Gone?
Kuimba
Special Olympics:  Words Hurt
ABLE National Resource Center
Peace Corps
Dyslexia Simulation
The Mask You Live In
Preventing Bullying and Cyber-Bullying
Purdue University Northwest
Human Services
Poverty is Sexist | ONE
Poverty is Sexist | ONE
PURDUE UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST  INFORMATION, RESOURCES, AND SUPPORT
International Programs
New Student Orientation
Housing & Residential
Information Services
Student Activities
Alert Me!
Student Health Services
Library
Counseling Center
Charlotte R. Riley Child Center
Educational Talent Search
Disability Resources
Financial Aid and Student Accounts
McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program
Upward Bound
University Police
Office of Equity and Diversity
Catalog
My PNW
College of Humanities, Education, & Social Services
School of Education and Counseling
Can you make it to the end?
How teachers can help
"Why is it, that as a culture, we are more
comfortable seeing two men holding guns
than holding hands?"
#CripTheVote
Global Moms Relay
Global Moms Relay
ACCESSABILITIES
#RepealHB2
See You in Court, NC!
See You in Court, NC!
ACTRESS, REALITY TELEVISION STAR, TELEVISION PRODUCER, AND LGBT ADVOCATE
"More of us are living visibly and pursuing our dreams visibly, so people
can say, 'Oh yeah, I know someone who is trans.'  When people have
points of reference that are humanizing, that demystifies difference."   
(TIME, Vol. 183, No. 22 | June 9, 2014)
The Transgender Tipping Point
The MIGHTY
Mentor
Campus Map
Malala Yousafzai | Internet Resources
Lift Off
Civil Rights
Civil Rights
Ramadan
Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali
Human Rights Campaign
Human Rights Campaign
Human Rights Campaign
GLBT Pride Month
Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month
Black Music Appreciation Month
;PTSD Awareness Month
Advice for Teachers
Teach
PowerUp
Caribbean American Heritage Month
Because I am a Girl
Let Girls Learn
Ernest Gaines