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Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion Training and Suggested Resources. Links to Multicultural Center Guide. Created and maintained by Sociology Librarian, Lilly Ramin

Librarian: Lilly

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Lilly Ramin
Email for appointment:
1-3pm Wednesdays at The Multicultural Center, University Union room 335


Open Enrollment registration for Diversity and Inclusion workshops are now open:

  • “Bias Awareness and Perceptions”
    • Prerequisite to Microaggressions and Inclusive Language.
  • “Microaggressions and Inclusive Language” 

About ODI

Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) in The Division of Institutional Equity & Diversity

"Mission: The University of North Texas Office of Diversity and Inclusion facilitates the development of a socially just and intentionally inclusive environment for the university community through:

Welcome. About this guide:


The goal of this guide is to provide lists, links, and a compilation of suggested and acquired UNT Libraries' resources to accompany Division of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA). trainings and events. The guide also includes embedded or/linked videos and shared documents from the UNT Equity and Diversity Conference.

  • This guide is a collaboration between Diversity & Inclusion, and the Sociology Librarian

Check out the UNT IDEA Calendar for events for this month and beyond!

IDEA calendar

IDEA events

You can consult the IDEA events page for events, training and services such as Drop-In Consultations with Diversity & Inclusion.

Suggest a Purchase

Titles are purchased as funds are available, and in accordance with our Collection Development Policy. This guide is not a list of all materials available at UNT Libraries to support topics of diversity and inclusion.

You Are Welcome Here (UNT International & colleagues)

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