Self-Guided Learning Resources


The College of Arts & Media fully supports and encourages the on-going learning efforts of our faculty, staff, and students in all areas and specifically surrounding equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). 

There are many ways to continue EDI education to be a leader in our CU community. The CU Denver Office of Equity has created learning guides* to help start the conversation and begin your life-long learning process related to EDI with internal and external resources on the following topics:

Bystander Intervention
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) 101
Gender Visibility
Relationship Violence
These learning guides were created to serve as educational tools for anyone; including, but not limited to, students, staff, faculty, community members, facilitators, academic audiences, etc. Furthermore, those viewing the pages may be persons who have experienced harm and are seeking support and/or those who do this work and are looking for resources to share within their personal and professional circles.

Note*: The content provided in these guides serve as a starting point for you to begin laying the foundations of your DEI learning. While we could customize a training on this topic for you, we highly encourage you to reach out to the office(s)/center(s) listed within each topic to find additional resources, facilitated training opportunities, and learning tools to further your education.

Important considerations to acknowledge while engaging within an EDI learning space:Establishing shared Language
  • Land Acknowledgment Statement
  • Starting the Conversation: Safe vs. Brave Space
  • Woke Olympics and Social Justice Arrogance –Reverend Dr. Jamie Washington

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Denver, CO 80204


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