The following educational resources were curated to support individuals and groups in active efforts to enhance Emory students’ capacity for developing and maintaining just communities.

Online Learning & Facilitator Guides

These materials designed to be facilitated by anyone who is interested in advancing justice and possesses a solid core of facilitation skills (e.g., familiarity with group dynamics, basic helping skills, effective communication). Students and others may explore this content at their own pace, and those who wish to facilitate sessions for their communities can use these materials to develop their own workshops. Topics include:

  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Microaggressions
  • Equality & Equity
  • Privilege & Oppression

BCJ Interactive Glossary

Provides definitions and/or descriptions of key diversity, equity, and inclusion vocabulary.

SILT Leadership Workshops

Students may request leadership workshops for their groups, including a workshop on Intercultural Engagement. Click to submit your request to see the menu of options.

Emory Libraries Social Justice Guide

This guide attempts to provide a starting point to learn about social justice initiatives across the Emory Libraries, Emory Campus, Atlanta, and beyond, as well as provide knowledge and resources to key social justice issues.