Diversity Champions Resources
The following informal list of resources is offered as support for members of the Princeton Engineering community joining our Diversity Champions program. Please note this is not a comprehensive list and we welcome suggestions for additions.
Offerings from Princeton University
The following resources are just some of the many offered within Princeton University.
Understanding Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Terminology
Getting a handle on all the different terms can be helpful as you navigate your learning and exploration of DEI.
Race and ethnicity
Gender and LGTBQ+
Here are some broad topics that often spur questions and conversation.
Systemic Racism and Importance of Equity
Critical Race Theory
Value of diversity
The following resources address some of the topics above with an action-oriented approach.
Diversity in Higher Education
While matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion are relevant throughout society, each field brings its own challenges, including higher education.
Listening to voices from a wide range of communities is a great way to identify gaps in our own understanding and to gain insights into building a more equitable society.
Perspectives of persons with disabilities
The following resources focus primarily on matters of gender and sexual identity.
People who identify with any community, but particularly those who identify with traditionally privileged communities, have a role to play in advocating for others.
Religious Diversity and Bias
The following resources touch on the many ways in which a person’s religious beliefs can be the subject of biased views from others.
The Pandemic and Discrimination
The following resources discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has had unequal affects in various communities, often exacerbating long-standing inequities.
Paid Streaming Programs
These are valuable resources addressing some of the topics above, but require a paid service to view.