Unconscious Bias: When Good Intentions Aren’t Enough, by Sarah E. Fiarman. Educational Leadership, November 2016 | Volume 74 | Number 3.
“Deep-rooted biases hinder our best intentions. Learn how to recognize and address them.” A longer (5 pages) article that goes through a number of unconscious ways in which inequities can be perpetuated, and that challenges us all to hold each other accountable to make change.
by Dean Spade
Originally published in the journal Radical Teacher, Spade offers an overview of practices for using non-gender specific language and references in the classroom.
Layla F. Saad, Me and White Supremacy: The Workbook
This workbook focuses on white privilege and internalized racism, and includes a number of exercises to be done alone or with others. [This used to be available as a free PDF, but is now a published book.]
Colleen Flaherty, “Breaking Down Diversity Statements,” Inside Higher Ed (Nov. 19, 2018)
An interesting read about what people include in their required diversity statements.
Dartmouth University’s Action Plan
Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom, a faculty report (pdf)
A Faculty Focus special report; consists of many short articles about behaviours and practices in the classroom. Table of contents on page 3 is comprehensive.