OUR JOURNEY FOR
ANTI-RACISM AND RACIAL EQUITY
Learning from the past. Acting in the present. Helping shape the future.
"We must ensure meaningful step after meaningful step that advances real and sustained change in addressing this deeply enduring challenge of anti-racism and racial equity. Every one of us must play a role. We will be, and should be, held accountable for ensuring actions are taken. If we do not, we will fail to fulfill our mission of access and success for all."
Chancellor Ronnie Green leads the Journey with guidance from Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion Marco Barker and five co-leaders whose research, creative activity, and engagement explores addressing anti-racism and racial equity.
Lory J. Dance
Associate Professor of Sociology and Ethnic Studies
Chancellor’s Professor of English, Glenna Luschei Editor of Prairie Schooner
Kara Mitchell Viesca
Associate Professor of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education
Sergio C. Wals
Associate Professor of Political Science and Ethnic Studies
Colette Yellow Robe
Member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe and Academic Retention Specialist for TRIO Programs
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University leaders outline initiative to improve racial equity, inclusion
Wednesday, November 17, 2021