Websites to Explore

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Websites to Explore

Affordable colleges online resources:
 - Multicultural Guide:
 - Helping Women Pay for College:
 - International Students Guide:
- Diversity Equity and Inclusion CoP twiter page:
- Diversity Equity and Inclusion CoP Facebook page:
- “The Culture in the Workplace Questionnaire Overview” The website is maintained by ITAP international, an organization that focuses on the development of human capability.
-Atsushi Furuiye, “I Am Plural, and I Am Singular.”
-Angela Nissel, “What Are You? “ Life as a Bi-Racial,” NPR’s Morning Edition.
-Tori DeAngelis, “Thwarting Modern Prejudice,” Monitor on Psychology. Available:
-“What is Race,” At Examine the idea of race in more detail by clicking on the following links: “What is Race,” “Sorting People,” “Race Timeline,” “Human Diversity,” “Me My Race and I,” and “Where Race Lives.”
-The International Programs Center of the U.S. Bureau of the Census provides continuous updated projections of the world’s population. Access the “World POPClock Projection” on the internet at to find the most recent estimate of the world’s population.
-Go to Click on the tab “World Flags.” You will see small icons for 120 countries.
-Access the Global Policy Network (GPN) Website at GPN provides information to the public on working people in the global economy.
-CIA-The World Factbook.Online. Available at
-Access the Anti-Defamation League’s website, “A Visual Database of Extremist Symbols, Logos, and Tattoos.”
-Karen Young Kreeger, “Scientific Community Finds Value in Diversity Training.”
-Go to Use the interactive chart to compare individualism and other dimensions of culture for over 80 countries.
-Test yourself for hidden bias, go to and take the implicit Association Test. To understand the test and your results, go to

                                                -The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, “Racial Bias in Hiring.” Online Spring 2003. Available:

-Challenges and strategies

                                                -Resources for Reaching New Audiences

-Equity and Social Justice Diversity Links EdChange-Professionalism, Scholarship, and Activism
-Social Justice News
-Multicultural Pavilion
-SoJust History Project
-Feminist Tees Shop
-Social Justice Store
-Multicultural Poster Store
-National Association of MultiCultural Education
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-Civil Rights and Legal Issues


-National Council for the Social Studies. This site looks at Curriculum Guidelines for Multicultural Education prepared by the NCSS Task Force on Ethnic Studies Curriculum Guidelines:


-Education Place: This site looks at strategies to support multicultural, such as questioning styles, role—playing, cooperative learning, exposure to different languages and cultures, group discussions, and active involvement:


-National Association for Bilingual Education:


-This ERIC Digests provide an introduction to multicultural activities that has been motivated by at least four intentions:


-ASHA’s Multicultural Issues Board has assembled six fact sheets and twenty=six lists of suggested readings and related materials for individuals interested in obtaining a more in-depth understanding of multicultural issues:
-American Folk life Center: The American Folk life Center preserves and presents American folk life. Established by Congress in 1976, the Center and its collections have grown to encompass all aspects of folklore and folk life from this country and around the world:
-American Memory: Developed by the Library of Congress. American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections:
-Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies: The Balch Institute is a multicultural library, archive, museum, and education center. With education as its primary focus, the Institute’s mission is to promote greater inter-group understanding by documenting and presenting America’s ethnic and racial experiences. This site includes links to descriptions of diversity awareness workshops and public education programs.
-Center for Applied Linguistics: This is a good place to start for information on the practical application of linguistic knowledge to social and educational problem:
-Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (CREDE): CREDE is a federally funded research and development program focused on improving the education of students whose ability to reach their potential is challenged by language or cultural barriers, race, geographic location, or poverty:
-Conflict Research Consortium: The Conflict Research Consortium is a multidisciplinary program of research, teaching, and application, focused on finding more constructive ways of addressing conflict. The Consortium unites researchers, educators, and practitioners from many fields for the purposes of theory building, testing, disseminating, and applying new conflict management techniques:
-Diversity University, Inc: DU Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting education through online services. This Web site provides literature, classes, and consulting services for teachers, students, and administrators, as well as maintaining Diversity University MOO, and internet-accessible virtual campus. DU MOO is a freely accessible virtual reality teaching.


-Southern Poverty Law Center: The Southern Poverty Law Center combats hate, intolerance, and discrimination through education and litigation. Its programs include Teaching Tolerance, a national education project dedicated to helping teachers at all grade levels foster equity, respect, and understanding in the classroom and beyond:
-WKCD (What Kids Can Do): WKCD is a national nonprofit organization founded in 2001. WKCD documents the value of young people working with teachers and other adults on projects that combine powerful learning with public purpose. The site is for an audience of educators and policymakers, journalists, community members, and students:
-WWWomen: WWWomen is a directory of more than 5,000 women’s sites. Links include “Diversity Among Women.” “The Education of Women,” and “Women’s Resources:”
-For further up-to-date links, go to the author’s Web site:
-Northeast Network of Immigrant Farming Projects, and there is a nice summary on your site regarding some of the resources we have developed.
- Diversity Across HigherEducation:
-Module 9 and 10 are found at:
  • Module 9 Online Cultural Walk
  • Module 10 A Place at the Table

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