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The resource lists below will introduce you to a variety of available materials for teaching about diversity, equity and inclusion. The resources were compiled to provide instructors with educational materials to support diversity, equity and inclusion and promote recognition of national, regional and local incidents of racial violence and social justice.

UW Oshkosh Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement:

Diversity drives innovation, creativity, and progress. At the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, the culture, identities, life experiences, unique abilities, and talents of every individual contribute to the foundation of our success. Creating and maintaining an inclusive and equitable environment is of paramount importance to us. This pursuit prepares all of us to be global citizens who will contribute to the betterment of the world. We are committed to a university culture that provides everyone with the opportunity to thrive.

Diversity and Inclusion Terms and Definitions 

Diversity and Inclusion Terms and Definitions  

Inclusive Excellence means an institution has adopted means for the cohesive, coherent and collaborative integration of diversity and inclusion into the institutional pursuit of. excellence. Accepting the Inclusive Excellence model reflects the understanding that diversity.  

Equity focuses more on changing the structures and systems that create the inequities in the first place. 

Equality is a situation in which all people within a specific society or isolated group have the same status in possibly all respects, possibly including civil rights, freedom of speech, property rights and equal access to certain social goods and social services. 

Diversity refers to the traits and characteristics that make people unique. 

Inclusion refers to the behaviors and social norms that ensure people feel welcome. 

LGBTQIA the letters LGBTQIA refer to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual. 

Intersectionality is a theoretical framework for understanding how aspects of a person’s social and political identities might combine to create unique modes of discrimination and privilege. Intersectionality identifies advantages and disadvantages that are felt by people due to a combination of factors. 

Cisgender is a term for people whose gender identity matches their sex assigned at birth. For example, someone who identifies as a woman and was assigned female at birth is a cisgender woman. The term cisgender is the opposite of the word transgender.  

Nonbinary/Genderqueer is a spectrum of gender identities that are not exclusively masculine or feminine‍ ‌identities that are outside the gender binary. Nonbinary identities can fall under the transgender umbrella, since many nonbinary people identify with a gender that is different from their assigned sex. 

Diversity and Inclusion Student Organizations

African American Studies Club promotes awareness of the African American Studies Club and general African American and Black cultural. For more information, contact Dr. Alphonso Simpson at 

Asian Student Association (ASA) promotes cultural awareness within a social and academic environment through a network of diverse Asian connection. The ASA organization is open to everyone interested in learning more about Asian cultures and tradition. For more information, contact Mai Khou Xiong at or Alyssa Bolante at 

Black Student Union (BSU) The purpose of the Black Student Union is to create a positive African American voice on campus and in the community. BSU focuses on the educational advancement of all students while encouraging cultural awareness, leadership development and building a strong alliance with organization and resources on campus. BSU addresses the advancement of students through cultural, educational and civic activities. For more information, contact Byron Adams at 

Campus for Awareness and Relationship Education (CARE) is a peer education group consisting of female and male ally students focused on raising awareness and preventing dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and harassment on campus. Peer Educators provide educational programs about Healthy Relationships, Consent, Sexual Rights and how to be a Male Ally. In addition to serving as a campus resource on the topic of relationship violence, CARE offers presentations that are available to all university student groups, classes and community organizations. For more information, contact Leslie Wartgow at 

Gentlemen of Excellence (GOE) is a social and cultural student-led group committed to improving the personal and professional growth of male students in the areas of leadership development, and service projects in the Oshkosh community. Through programming directed at the building of self-esteem, self-determination, and conference attendance, GOE promote effective means of collaboration with other groups—on campus, locally and regionally—leading to greater outreach and engagement of male students. For more information, contact Dr. Carlos J. Salazar at 

Hmong Student Union (HSU) The Hmong Student Union promotes the cultural, social, and educational interests of all UW Oshkosh students and serves as the elected voice of Hmong students on campus and within the Oshkosh and surrounding communities. For more information, contact Mai Khou Xiong at 

Inter-Tribal Student Council (ITSC) The purpose of the Inter-Tribal Student Council is to cultivate and educate the UW Oshkosh campus and surrounding communities about Indigenous cultures. The organization seeks to accomplish this by providing social, cultural, and educational programs and events. For more information, contact Dr. Heidi Nicholls at 

Multicultural Student Coalition strives to promote student leadership and success through fostering a passion for diversity in our community by offering a variety of cultural experiences and serving as a platform and voice for multicultural issues. For more information, contact Byron Adams at 

Q+Unity is a social club at UW Oshkosh for the LGBTQ/GSRD and/or Queer community, as well as its allies. Join us as we socialize, watch movies, do crafts, play games, and more! For more information, contact Rich Marshall at  

Rainbow Alliance for HOPE Rainbow Alliance for HOPE (Helping Others Perceive Equality) is a student organization on campus that supports, educates and provides a social environment for GSRD (Gender, sexual and romantically divergent) students and their allies. For more information, contact Dr. Liz Cannon at or Rich Marshall at 

Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) serves to promote student leadership and involvement by planning social and cultural event to educate the community about the Latino/Hispanic cultures. For more information, contact Esmeralda Delgado at 

Sisterhood is dedicated to empowering young women of color at the University to improve their personal and professional growth and development by helping them with self-esteem, self-determination, motivation, and confidence building. For more information, contact Dr. Veronica Warren at or Dr. Heidi Nicholls at 

Women’s Advocacy Council is a student group on campus dedicated to feminist activism. WAC student members work closely with the Women’s and Gender Studies program and the Women’s Center to advocate for gender equity. They bring speakers to campus and sponsor and co-sponsor many other events and activities. For more information, contact Dr. Alicia Johnson at or Dr. Jessica Luca at 

Diversity and Inclusion Committees/Councils

Inclusive Excellence Council 

LGBTQ+ Education and Advocacy Council  

Inclusive Excellence/Campus Diversity Resources

UWO Bias Incident or Crime Reporting Form: 

Equal Opportunity Equity and Affirmative Action:  

UWO Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Council: 

Center for Student Success and Belonging (CSSB): 

Student Affairs Diversity and Inclusivity Action Committee: 

Presentation - We Are Titans  

“We Are Titans” is a presentation that serves as a primer for understanding and valuing diversity and inclusion on campus. It is geared towards new students; however, it the presentation may also be beneficial for students at any point in their college career.   

Contact: Dr. Alicia Johnson, Director of the Women’s Center and Instructor for Women’s and Gender Studies Department.  

Training – S.A.F.E.  

Help make UW Oshkosh a safer and more welcoming place for the LGBTQ+ community by participating in S.A.F.E. Training (Students, Staff and Faculty for Equality). Participants take part in a three-hour, interactive workshop designed to introduce LGBTQ+ terms, culture, challenges often encountered by LGBTQ+ people, and how to be an effective ally both in and out of the classroom.  

Contact: Dr. Liz Cannon, Director of the LGBTQ+ Resource Center and Instructor for Women’s and Gender Studies Department. 

Polk Library Anti-Racist Reading & Viewing: 

African American/Black

How to Talk to Students about Racism  (Article) – 

Racial Justice Statements are Not Enough (Article) – 


African American History: 

  • Talking About Race ( | National Museum of African American History & Culture) 
  • Racial Equality Tools( 
  • Black Against Empire by Joshua Bloom and Waldo Martin 
  • The New Jim Crow Laws by Michelle Alexander 
  • Revolutionary Suicide by Huey P Newton 
  • Stamped From the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi 


African American Documentaries, Films and TV Series to Watch: 


Additional Resources: 

Asian American/Pan-Asian

How to Talk to Students about Racism (Article) – 

Asian History: 

Contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. Military: 

History, Contributions and Challenges Experienced by Asian Americans: 

  • Asian Americans (Premieres May 11 & 12, 2020 on PBS) - A five-hour film series that delivers a bold, fresh perspective on a history that matters today, more than ever. As America becomes more diverse, and more divided while facing unimaginable challenges, how do we move forward together? Told through intimate personal stories, the series will cast a new lens on U.S. history and the ongoing role that Asian Americans have played. 
  • What it means to grow up Asian American: 
  • Growing up Hmong American: 

Asian Art and Music: 

Art and musicarea significant part of culture. Asian art is rich and diverse, ranging from paintings to landscaping. Art can be in many forms; temples/shrines, sculptures, quilts, wood print, film, theater, poetry etc. For many years, it has been a way of embracing one’s self interest, to tell a story about a tragic event or to embrace an idea. Asian music encompasses numerous musical styles.  

Spoken Word/Slam Poetry 

Representation and Visibility in Film and Theatre 

Select Traditional Music/Instruments 

Asian Art 

Asian/Asian American Documentaries, Films and TV Series to Watch: 

  • Fresh off the Boat (TV Series) - It’s the ‘90s and 12-year-old, hip-hop loving Eddie just moved to suburban Orlando from DC’s Chinatown with his parents. It’s culture shock for his immigrant family in this comedy about pursuing the American Dream.  
  • Mr. Sunshine (TV Series) - A young boy who ends up in the U.S. after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident returns to Korea at a historical turning point and falls for a noblewoman (available on Netflix). Trailer: 
  • Parasite (Movie) - Greed and class discrimination threatened the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan. Trailer: 
  • The Farewell (Movie) - Billi’s family returns to China under the guise of a fake wedding to stealthily say goodbye to their beloved matriarch, the only person that doesn’t know she only has a few weeks to live (available on Amazon Prime). Trailer: 
  • KuchKuchHota Hai (Movie) - Per her mother’s last wish, a girl sets out to reunite her father with the college best friend who loved him, only to discover the woman is engaged (available on Netflix). Trailer: 
  • 1985 (Movie) - When an adventurous Hmong teen discovers a secret map to a mythical dragon, he and his three best friends decide to go on a quest that leads them on a journey filled with danger, excitement, and self-discovery (available on Amazon Prime). Trailer:

Exposing Anti-Asian Racism: 

UW Oshkosh Office of International Education: 


How to Talk to Students about Racism (Article) –   

Latino/Hispanic History:

Latino/Hispanic Art and Music:

Latino/Hispanic Documentaries, Films and TV Series to Watch:


  • The Book of Life. A fantastical animated story about the culture and traditions of Day of the Dead. 
  • The Latino List. Top-notch documentary features strong Latino role models. 
  • Like Water for Chocolate. A classic of Latin American literature tells a passionate love story inspired by Mexican cuisine. 
  • McFarland USA. Poignant story about Latino runners a winner for families. 
  • My Family. Epic, dramatic tale of a Mexican-American family. 
  • Quinceanera. Award-winning drama about growing up amid cultural changes. 
  • Real Women Have Curves. Smart coming-of-age drama addresses body image. 
  • Selena. Touching and ultimately tragic tale of young Tejano star. 
  • Stand and Deliver. Math teacher inspires in powerful fact-based drama.  
  • Underwater Dreams. Inspiring story about an underdog high school robotics team. 


23 Books by Latinos That Might Just Change Your Life (List) – 


Additional Resources:  

Designed for not-for-profit (charitable, public, educational, governmental, etc.) organizations as a collaborative. Over 40 agencies are represented at this site. Here to serve and support students, individuals, and families.  


Casa Hispana Interagency Members  


Covid-19 Sent LGBTQ Students Back to Unsupportive Homes. That Raises the Risk They Won’t Return. 

Article in the Chronical of Higher Education – 


Tips on how to effectively address LGBTQIA+ topics in the classroom 


S.A.F.E. Training: 

Help make UW Oshkosh a safer and more welcoming place for the LGBTQ+ community by participating in S.A.F.E. Training (Students, Staff and Faculty for Equality). Participants take part in a three-hour, interactive workshop designed to introduce LGBTQ+ terms, culture, challenges often encountered by LGBTQ+ people, and how to be an effective ally both in and out of the classroom.   We now have the ability to offer this training virtually.  If you are interested in a training for Fall 2020, contact the LGBTQ+ Resource Center: 


LGBTQIA+ History: 


  • Beachy, Robert. “The German Invention of Homosexuality.” The Journal of Modern History, vol. 82, no. 4, pp.801-838.  
  • Halperin, David M. “How to Do the History of Male Homosexuality.”  GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 6, no. 1, 2000, pp. 86 – 124. 

  • Mayo, J.B. “Hmong History and LGBTQ Lives: Immigrant Youth Perspectives on Being Queer and Hmong.” Journal of International Social Studies, vol. 3, no. 1, 2013, pp. 79-91. 


  • Angelides, Steven. A History of Bisexuality. U of Chicago P, 2001. 
  • Beachy, Robert Gay Berlin: The Birthplace of Modern Identity. Vintage, 2014.  
  • Halberstam, Jack. Female Masculinity. Duke University Press, 1998. Available at Polk Library 
  • Duberman, Martin, et. al. Hidden from History: Reclaiming the Gay and Lesbian Past. New American Library, 1989. 
  • Stryker, Susan. Transgender History, Seal Press, 2008. 



LGBTQIA+ Art, Music, and Literature: 


  • Andrews, A. K. Ace & Proud: An Asexual Anthology. CreateSpace, 2015. 
  • Apps, Aaron. Intersex: A Memoir. Tarpaulin Sky, 2015. 
  • Habib, Samra. We Have Always Been Here: A Queer Muslim Memoir. Viking, 2019.  
  • Hernandez, Daisy. A Cup of Water Under My Bed: A Memoir. Beacon Press, 2015.  
  • Jennings, Kevin. Mama’s Boy, Preacher’s Son: A Memoir of Growing Up, Coming Out, and Changing America’s Schools. Beacon Press, 2007.  
  • Lorde, Audre. Zami: A New Spelling of My Name: A Biomythography. Crossing Press, 1982. 
  • Mock, Janet. Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, & So Much More. Atria Books, 2014. 
  • Ortile, Matt. The Groom will Keep His Name: And Other Vows I’ve Made About Race, Resistance, and Romance. Bold Type Books, 2020. 
  • Tobia, Jacob. Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story. G.P. Putnam’s Sons. 2019. 
  • Womak, Craig S. Drowning in Fire. U of Arizona P, 2001 


  • Archambeau, Kathleen. Pride & Joy: LGBTQ Artists, Icons, and Everyday Heroes. Mango, 2017. 


  • Anderson, Jamie. An Army of Lovers: Women’s Music of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Bella Books, 2019. 
  • Hubbs, Nadine. The Queer Composition of America’s Sound: Gay Modernists, American Music, and National Identity. U of California P, 2004. 
  • Larnarch-Jones, Will. 50 Queer Music Icons Who Changes the World: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Legends. Hardie Grant, 2018. 


LGBTQIA+ Documentaries, Films and TV Series to Watch: 


Streaming on Polk Library website: 

  • Jihad for Love: Fourteen centuries after the revelation of the holy Qur’an to the Prophet Muhammad, Islam is the world’s second largest and fastest growing religion. Gay, Muslim filmmaker, Parvez Sharma, travels the many worlds of this dynamic faith, discovering the stories of its most unlikely storytellers: lesbian and gay Muslims. 
  • Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World. This is the first documentary to explore deeply the lives of gay and lesbian people in non-western cultures. We hear the heartbreaking and triumphant stories of gays and lesbians from Egypt, Honduras, Kenya, Thailand, and elsewhere, where most occurrences of oppression receive no media coverage at all. 
  • VitoOn June 27, 1969, a police raid on a Greenwich Village gay bar called the Stonewall took a surprising turn when patrons decided to fight back. A new era in the Gay Rights Movement was born and 23-year-old film student Vito Russo was among the crowd. Over the next twenty years until his death from AIDS in 1990, Vito would go on to become one of the most outspoken and inspiring activists in the LGBT community’s fight for equal rights. 

Available on-line: 

  • Southern Comforta feature-length documentary about the final year of Robert Eads’ life, his battle against ovarian cancer and prejudice, and his short love affair with Lola, a trans woman.   

TV Series: 


Additional Resources: 

  • Cohen, Cathy J., “Punks, Bulldaggers, and Welfare Queens: The Radical Potential of Queer Politics?” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies (1997) 3 (4): 437–465. 
  • Decker, Julia Sondra. The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality. Skyhorse, 2014. 
  • Eisner, Sheri. Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution. Seal Press, 2013. 
  • Johnson, E. Patrick and Mae G. Henderson, eds. Black Queer Studies: A Critical Anthology. Duke UP, 2005.  
  • Kumashiro, Kevin K. Restoried Selves: Autobiographies of Queer Asian/Pacific American Activists. Haworth Gay and Lesbian Studies, 2003. 
  • Preves, Sharon E. Intersex and Identity: The Contested Self. Rutgers UP, 2003. 
Native American Indian/American Indian/Indigenous American

How to Talk to Students about Racism (Article) – 


  • Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong by Paul Chaat-Smith 
  • Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask by Anton Truer  
  • Killing the White Man’s Indian: Reinventing Native Americans at the End of the Twentieth Century by Fergus Bordewhich 
  • Native American Fiction: A User’s Manual by David Truer 

Native American History: 


  • 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C Mann 
  • A Little Matter of Genocide by Ward Churchill 
  • A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies by Bartamole de la Casas (A friar’s perspective the atrocities witnessed) 
  • Acts of Rebellion: The Ward Churchill Reader by Ward Churchill 
  • All the Real Indians Died Off by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker 
  • An Indigenous People’s History by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz 
  • Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown 
  • Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto by Vine Deloria Jr 
  • Empire of the Summer Moon by S.C. Gwyne 
  • Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong by Paul Chaat-Smith 
  • Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask by Anton Truer 
  • Exiled in the Land of the Free: Democracy, Indian Nations & the U.S. Constitution by Oren Lyons 
  • Highway of Tears: A True Story of Racism, Indifference and the Pursuit of Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls by Jessica Mc Diarmid 
  • Killing the White Man’s Indian: Reinventing Native Americans at the End of the Twentieth Century by Fergus Bordewhich 
  • Like a Hurricane by Paul Chaat Smith 
  • Indians and English by Karen Ordahl Kupperman 
  • Invisible Victims: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women by Katherine McCarthy and R.J Parker 
  • Kill the Indian, Save the Man by Ward Churchill 
  • Native American Fiction: A User’s Manual by David Truer 
  • Red Earth, White Lies: Native Americans and the Myth of Scientific Fact by Vine Deloria Jr 
  • Stealing Indian Women by Carl J Ekberg (A Novel based on original source documents) 
  • Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation by John Ehle 
  • Tribes, Treaties and Constitutionals Tribulations by Vine Deloria Jr and David Wilkins 
  • The Legacy of Conquest: The Unbroken Past of the American West by Patricia Nelson Limerick 
  • The Return of the Native: American Indian Political Resurgence by Stephen Cornell 

Native American Art and Music: 

Music (This is a mix of all types of music made by Native artists from powwow, to hip hop, to flute, to jazz, etc) 

  • A Tribe Called Red 
  • Brule 
  • Carlos Nakai 
  • Drezus 
  • Frank Waln 
  • Inez Jasper 
  • Joanne Shenandoah 
  • Mary Youngblood 
  • Mike Cliff 
  • Nataanii Means 
  • Red Thunder 
  • Redbone 
  • Rita Coolidge 
  • Robbie Robertson Music for the Native Americans 
  • Robert Mirabal 
  • Sharon Birch 
  • Thomas X 
  • Walelala 
  • 500 Nations 


  • Bill Rabbit 
  • Carol Grigg 
  • Frank Buffalo Hyde 
  • Frank Howell 
  • George Longfish 
  • George Rivera 
  • Jerry Ingram 
  • Margret Jacobs 
  • Mary Martinez 
  • Merritt Johnson 
  • Martika Wilber 
  • Roxanne Swentzell 
  • Scott Hill 
  • Votan Henriquez 
  • Wendy Redstar 

Native American Documentaries, Films and TV Series to Watch: 

Feature Films: 

  • Awake 
  • Before Tomorrow = Le Jour Avant Le Lendemain 
  • Black Robe 
  • Black Sporrow 
  • Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee 
  • Dance Me Outside 
  • Genesis 2.0 
  • Mud (Hashtl’ishnii) 
  • Powwow Highway 
  • Smoke Signals 
  • Sweet Country 
  • The Fast Runner 
  • The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets 
  • Thunder Heart 
  • We the Animals


  • 8th Fire (a docuseries) 
  • Blackstone 
  • Longmire 
  • Skindigenous (a docuseries) 
  • Tending Nature (a docuseries) 
  • The Red Road 
  • The Rez 


  • 500 Nations 
  • 7th Fire 
  • A Good Day to Dies 
  • AkicitaThe Battle of Standing Rock 
  • Alcatraz is not an Island 
  • American Red and Black: Stories of Afro-Identity 
  • Finding Dawn 
  • Fry Bread Bread 
  • Incident at Oglala 
  • La Donna Paris: Indian 101 
  • Miss Navajo 
  • Native Nations: Standing Together for Civil Rights 
  • Reel Injun 
  • Rumble: The Indians That Rocked the World 
  • The Black Rock 
  • The Exiles 
  • The Highway of Tears (Sharmeen Obaid Chimroy) 
  • Totem Culture 
  • Trudell 
  • Up Heartbreak Hill: coming of Age in the Contemporary Native American World 
  • We Breathe Again 
  • We Shall remain: america Through Native Eyes 
  • Weaving Worlds (by Bennie Klain, founder of Trickster Films) 
  • Without Reservations: Notes on Racism in Montana

Documentaries with Direct Links: 

  • A Nationwide Data Crisis: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. 

  • Allan Houser: Apache Legacy (2014) 
  • American Red and Black: Stories of Afro-Native Identity (2006) Directed by Alicia Woods 

  • Montana Mosaic: Indian Boarding Schools (2006) Directed by Gita Saedi Kiely 

  • One Word: Native Americans Cut Playlist 

  • Russell Means: Welcome to the Reservation (2011) Directed by Alex Jones 

Additional Resources: 

Websites with more resources and information” 


  • F Burman, J. 2016 Multicultural Feeling, Feminist Rage, Indigenous Refusal. Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 16(4), 361-372. 
  • Lucchesi, Annita H. 2019 Spirit-Based Research: A Tactic for Surviving Trauma in Decolonizing Research. Journal of Indigenous Research: FullCircle: Returning Native Research to the People 7(1), Article 7 1-4. 


  • Abandon Me: Memoirs by Melissa Febos 
  • God is Red by Vine Deloria Jr 
  • Heart Berries: A Memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot 
  • Men We Reaped: A Memoir by Jesmyn Ward 
  • Perma Red by Debra Magpie Earling 
  • Playing Indian by Philip J Deloria 
  • The Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation by Quinn, J. R. 


MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women) In addition to Above: 

  • Isaacs, Devon S. and Amanda R. Young  
  • 2019 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW): Bringing Awareness through the Power of Student Activism. Journal of Indigenous Research: Full Circle: Returning Native Research to the People 7(1), Article 2 1-6. 
  • Lucchesi, Annita and Abigail Echo-Haw 2016 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: A Snapshot of Data from 71 Urban Cities in the United States. Urban Indian Health Institute. 
  • Young, Amanda 2019 Addressing the Suppressed Epidemic: Violence Against Indigenous Women. Journal of Indigenous Research: Full Circle: Returning Native Research to the People. 7(1), Article 3 1-6 
  • Stumblinger-Riddle, Glenna 2018 Standing with Our Sisters: MMIWG2S. Communique OEMA: APA. November 2018. 1-5. tanding-sisters 
  • Rauna Kuokkanen 2008 Globalization as Racialized, Sexualized Violence, International Feminist Journal of Politics, 10(2), 216-233. 
  • Burnette, Catherine 2015   Disentangling Indigenous Women’s Experiences with Intimate Partner Violence in the United States. Critical Social Work, 16(1), 2-20. 
  • Ferris, S., Ladner, K., Allard, D., & Hughes, M. 2018 Commemoration and Decolonization in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Database. Public, 29(57), 96-106. 
  • Glenna P. Stumblingbear-Riddle Ph.D., Ann K. Burlew Ph.D., Daniel Gaztambide Psy.D., Michelle R. Madore Ph.D., Helen NevillePh.D., and Gillian Joseph 2019 Standing with our American Indian and Alaska Native Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People: Exploring the Impact of and  Resources for Surviviors of Human Trafficking. Journal of Indigenous Research: Full Circle: Returning Native Research to the People. 7(1), Article 1 1-13. 


Mascot “Debate”: 

  • Team Spirit eds King and Springwood 
  • Mascot Nation by Billings and Black) 
  • Dressing in Feathers: The Construction of The Indian In American Popular Culture by S. Elizabeth Bird 
  • Redskins: Insult and Brand by C. Richard King 
  • The Native American Mascot Controversy: A Handbook by C. Richard King 
  • Dancing at Halftime: Sports and the Controversy Over American Indian Mascots by Carol Spindel 
  • Redskins? Sport Mascots, Indian Nations and White Racism by James V. Fenelon 
Resources for White Allies

UWO Women’s Center – Seeing White Podcast Discussion Group: 

Just what is going on with white people? Police shootings of unarmed African Americans. Acts of domestic terrorism by white supremacists. The renewed embrace of raw, undisguised white-identity politics. Unending racial inequity in schools, housing, criminal justice, and hiring. Some of this feels new, but in truth it’s an old story. Why? Where did the notion of “whiteness” come from? What does it mean? What is whiteness for? All sessions are facilitated by Dr. Alicia Johnson and held via Microsoft Teams. Please email for more information. 


Additional Resources: 


American Immigration Lawyers Association  

“Resource Center: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)”  

English only  


National Immigration Law Center 

“Know Your Rights” 

English, some Spanish and other languages resources 


U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) 

Spanish and EnglishBefore visiting a USCIS office, check the website to make sure it is open as COVID-19 continues to be a threat. The website offers most functions online, including: 

  • Submit forms 
    • Check the status of your case 
    • Extend your stay 
    • Renew your green card 

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