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    UndocuVeritas

    Project Description
    UndocuVeritas is a support hub for undocumented/DACAmented students across all Harvard schools and campuses. UndocuVeritas connects students virtually through secure technology...

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    Black America and COVID-19 Library Guide

    Black American Experiences during the Covid-19 Pandemic

    The Black America and COVID-19 Library Guide documents the experience of COVID-19 across Black communities in America. Its intention is to create a collective conversation of material for teaching and learning about the contemporary effects of COVID-19 among Black communities as it is tied to the historical legacy of race in America. This guide is designed to assist students, faculty, staff, and researchers in exploring this topic from multiple social and cultural perspectives as a place to begin...

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    Inclusive Excellence @ Harvard

    There are many examples of inclusive excellence across campus. While we have work to do, we strongly believe that we will all benefit from the awareness and sharing of promising practices that take place across our campus everyday. Browse the examples below to see what you might be able to bring back to your own Harvard community and share any of your own promising practices that you would like to be featured on this page.

    Latinx Heritage Month 2020

    Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month at Harvard, also called Latinx Heritage Month, from September 15 to October 15, 2020. This month recognizes the history and contributions of Americans with ancestors from across the Caribbeans, Central and South America, Mexico, and Spain. Latinx Heritage Month began in 1968 as a week of cultural and historical recognition of Latinx Americans and expanded to 30-days in 1988. The start of the month commemorates six Latin American countries’ Independence Day anniversary, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua (Sep 15...

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    Harvard College

    Harvard fosters a living and learning environment where you can celebrate your individuality—and where you can explore the shared ideas and experiences that connect us all. You'll soon find that our differences don't divide us. Instead, our community is strengthened by the diverse perspectives, interests, and identities of its members. Our students represent all fifty states and more than 100 countries. When they come to Harvard, they bring their talent, curiosity, and intelligence. They also bring their perspective on the world—an understanding that is deeply tied to their culture,...

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    Strategy

    Informed by the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging, our office will guide Harvard’s culture toward inclusive excellence by convening stakeholders, serving as a catalyst for strategic efforts, analyzing University-level progress, optimizing investments, and facilitating University-wide coordination

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    Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

    The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is dedicated to fostering spaces that promote diversity, inclusion and belonging for members of the Harvard community.

    Harvard Law School

    The diverse student body at Harvard Law School is drawn from across the nation and around the world. With a dedication to excellence and lifelong learning, the HLS community cultivates inclusion and equity in an environment of trust and mutual respect. It is the commitment of the Law School to respect the rights, dignity, and differences of others, and to pursue honesty and integrity in engaging with all members of the community.


    The Dean of Students Office (DOS), along with many others across the HLS campus, supports activities throughout the year that promote, examine,...

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    Harvard Graduate School of Education

    Diversity and Inclusion at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) encompasses the intersectionality of the human experience and includes qualities such as race, gender, ethnicity, physical ability, nationality, age, religion, sexual orientation, first generation status in higher education, economic status, and veteran status. These and other important socially and historically marginalized attributes reflect the complexity of our increasingly diverse student body, local community, and worldwide population.

    The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) is committed to providing...

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    Harvard School of Dental Medicine

    Office of Diversity and Inclusion promotes increased recruitment, retention, and advancement of underrepresented minority students and faculty at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. The Office, led by Vincenzo G. Terán PsyD, seeks to emulate the Harvard tradition of excellence in education, science, and public health by supporting a well-trained faculty, while creating oral health leaders reflecting the larger community that we serve.

    Goals

    • Foster an environment that is comfortable and welcoming to all members of the community...

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    Harvard Central Administration

    "We each have the opportunity — and the responsibility — to create a greater sense of inclusion and belonging throughout our campus communities. Consider the various communities to which you belong — your department, your section, your School, your extracurricular organizations, your lab, or simply the people who live and work beside you. Each of us should think about the numerous roles we occupy within the broader Harvard context and their connection to other parts of the University. Identify the communities in which you have the power to create change and the communities where you can...

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    Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

    The SEAS Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging provides strategic leadership, partnership, and programs to advance SEAS DIB goals and support students, staff, faculty, and researchers from marginalized backgrounds. We oversee the development, implementation, and ongoing evaluation of the SEAS Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Strategic Plan.

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