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Post-Election 2016 Recap & Resources

After a difficult and contentious 2016 election, this guide creates a supportive virtual space to explore, learn, and discuss ideas brought up in the election and the ideas we grapple with after.

How to start the conversation

Questions to ask yourself and your peers as you think about how you are "all in for fostering a safe and open-minded environment that is respectful of everyone?"

  • What does it take to build a close friendship with someone who is different from you?
  • When is it your responsibility to help others to feel welcome on campus?
  • What is your personal role in creating a more inclusive campus?
  • What does it take to put yourself in situations where you feel you don't belong in order ot meet new people?
  • How should you respond when you learn that a colleague feels unwelcome or unsafe on our campus?

Questions from the All In website.

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

How are you "All In?"

How are you helping make your campus a more inclusive place to be? How has that changed since the election?