Challenge identity-based bias and inequity, emphasizing social identities such as  race, immigration status, gender identity, and disability. Partnering with ADL, campuses build the knowledge, skills and mindset to recognize, understand and challenge bias.

Prevention of bias and hate incidents is grounded in inclusive campus climate policies and practices. In order to build and support a diverse, inclusive and equitable campus community, ADL partners with universities to bring anti-bias education and resources that work toward equity by challenging bias in systems, and by equipping members of the campus community to gain awareness of and interrupt bias in themselves and others.

ADL program participants will: 

  • Understand aspects of their own identity and their relationship to systems of bias and oppression. 
  • Adopt a shared language for discussing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging on campus. 
  • Assess their own biases and prior knowledge of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging issues, and identify opportunities for learning and growth. 
  • Consider their role on campus and ability to contribute to a more diverse, equitable and inclusive campus along with other campus stakeholders.
  • Develop skills to challenge biased attitudes and behaviors in themselves, others, and within the campus community.

The Anti-Bias Framework

Glossary of Terms

Hate/Uncycled is ADL’s Model for Responding to Hate and Bias Incidents. The resources and programs prepare administrators, faculty, staff, students and campus police to become leaders in challenging bias in individuals and systems, working toward inclusion and instilling policies and practices for equity.

Contact ADL at CampusDirector@ADL.ORG for program information.

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