Online Resources

Diversity in the Environmental Movement 

The Trail Posse
This media resource seeks to share information on issues of diversity in the outdoors. It illustrates the benefits of exposure to the outdoors in a way that helps address access for marginalized groups.

Green 2.0
Green 2.0 is a platform for expanding diversity in environmental nonprofits and government. Recently, they completed a report called “The State of Diversity in Environmental Organizations: Mainstream NGOs, Foundations & Government Agencies” to look at diversity trends in the environmental movement as a whole.

Center for Diversity and the Environment
CDE works to educate future leaders and inspire change at the intersection of diversity and the environment.

Outdoor Afro
This network exists to encourage African American individuals in connecting with nature. They host events all throughout the country to connect people with meaningful outdoor experiences.

Diverse Environmental Leaders
This speaker’s bureau is an initiate to bring the discussion of public lands and conservation to urban communities. 

Diversity in Education 

Diverse Issues in Higher Education
As one of the only resources solely focused on diversity in higher education, this publication bring forth information and commentary about a range of issues across higher education

Inside Higher Ed
This daily publication focuses on all current issues in higher education and has resources specifically focused on diversity.
Association of American Colleges and Universities: Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence
This compilation of resources is available to provide additional resources for looking at these topics in the context of higher education.


Diversity & Equity

The Race Card Project
This project challenges people to think about their own experiences around race and express them in only six words.

Story Corps aims to save the stories and experiences of people to build connections and teach understanding.

City Lab
While this news outlet does not have an explicit goal of addressing diversity and inclusion, it exists to inspire those seeking to make an impact on the future of our cities.

New Haven Resources

Part of diversity, equity and inclusion is being aware of the context in which we live and work and being connected to our communities. While these resources are not specifically focused on diversity, they are helpful in understanding the New Haven community.

Daily Nutmeg
The content of this daily email subscription and website focuses on issues and stories that are relevant to the New Haven community

I Love New Haven
The photo project by Chris Randall and Jeffery Kerekes illustrates New Haven from the perspective of the people.

New Haven Independent
One of the most popular local news sources, the Independent is focused on local news and issues. Their mission is to bring the power of the press to the people.

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