Last year, activism at the University of Missouri reignited a national discussion about diversity and inclusion in higher education. This summer, National Campus Leadership Council convened Student Body Presidents on a national call to discuss how they can take steps to create a more inclusive community on their own campuses.
At NCLC, we are committed to providing our network of student leaders with the resources necessary to make tangible change in issue areas such as racial discrimination in higher education. The following guide, informed by student input, research, and feedback from various experts, includes preliminary tips on how to address racial discrimination in your community and engage with decision-makers around promising practices.
As Student Body Presidents, we hope you will take a look and sit down with your respective teams to determine how you can foster a positive campus climate for marginalized communities.