It is important to listen, learn, and engage in conversations around issues of systemic racism. But what’s needed most is concrete action. We must move beyond our words and take proactive steps to examine our individual biases, rethink existing systems and structures, and implement plans for a more equitable future. Following are a list of upcoming events and ways to get involved in this work on campus.

Upcoming Events


  • 6th Annual Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Institute

    Join the UTLC for a digital version of the 6th Annual Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Institute, based on the Sustained Dialogue model as a way of fostering inclusive classrooms. 

    This annual institute provides faculty with opportunities to explore topics related to equity in today’s learning environments, from inclusive language to handling difficult conversations. Faculty will work to develop tools and strategies for discussing topics, creating inclusive conversations, understanding aspects of identity, and “navigating classroom dynamics, advising/mentoring, and conflict” (Sustained Dialogue).

    The Institute will be available from August 7 to September 25.

    Sign-up now to reserve your spot.

  • University Teaching & Learning Center Diversity Page:

    Upcoming Events and Programs:

    • The 6th Annual Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Institute (Online, Aug. 7 – Sept. 25, 2020)
      This year the EDI Institute goes digital. Join the TIO and RCO for an online Institute featuring discussion boards, reflection, and more. The EDI Institute provides resources for handling difficult conversations in the classroom, developing EDI focused content, and utilizing culturally responsive pedagogy. 
    • Student Led-Indigenous Pedagogy Workshop (Sept. 19, 2020)
      Join the Native American Student Association (NASA) and the Teaching Innovations Office for a student-led workshop on incorporating Indigenous best practices into your teaching. The workshop will include history of Native nations in North Carolina, student experiences, and introductions to Indigenous teaching practices. This dialogue-style workshop will help you reflect on the needs of Indigenous students, UNCG’s location on Keyauwee and Saura land, and how you can better serve all students by incorporating multiple ways of knowing in the classroom.

    Full Schedule of Events and Registration

University Libraries – Black Lives Matter

In unity with our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities we offer you these resources.

Get Involved


  • Triad Black Lives Matter Protest Collection

    The purpose of the Triad Black Lives Matters Collection is to document the BLM movement, police brutality protests, and race relations in the Triad area of North Carolina. The collection contains digital photographs and video footage relating to the Black Lives Matter movement and the George Floyd protests.

    Collecting for the project is ongoing, and the archive is particularly interested in photographs, video, protest signs, clothing, flyers, posters, creative works, etc. Additionally, the archive would like to document local organizations involved with the movement. The material can be historic, originating with the founding of the movement, as well as current. Physical and digital material can be accepted into the collection.

    Submit Materials

  • Anti-Racist Resource Guide

    This document was created for use as as a resource for anyone looking to broaden their understanding of anti-racism and who want to get involved to combat racism, specifically as it relates to anti-Blackness and police violence. Within this guide, you will find a variety of resources to explore practical ways to understand, explain, and solve seemingly intractable problems of racial inequity, white supremacy, police violence, and injustice.

    Broaden Your Understanding

  • Office of Intercultural Engagement

    The Office of Intercultural Engagement (OIE) creates and delivers co-curricular programs to bring all students together for the purpose of deepening and broadening awareness, knowledge and skill around identity, culture, and our interconnected fate. As a unit within the Division of Student Affairs, OIE contributes to the academic mission of UNC Greensboro by collaborating with various campus and community partners to complement and advance institutional goals for diversity, equity, and inclusion.

  • UNCG Libraries – “Don’t Want to Ask”

    This guide is designed to provide meaningful and helpful resources to anyone with questions about material regarding subjects that may be private or otherwise uncomfortable to talk about.

    Find Your Resources

  • We Here – Black Lives Matter

    Libraries have played a major role in the white racial project of this country. We do not have the luxury of ignoring what is happening because it is happening to us, our family members and loved ones. So we write to you today urging everyone to continue educating yourselves, make a donation, sign a petition, call politicians, and begin a discussion with your fellow staff members. We’ve pulled together a few places you can take action. There are many more, so think of these as a starting place.

    Take Action

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If you know of an upcoming event or a way to take action, let us know.