Title V's Curated Equity Resources for
Higher Education & Mt. SAC

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Equity Definitions

Accessibility: The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), protects people with disabilities from discrimination. Disability rights are civil rights. See website.
Equityrefers to the fair and respectful treatment of all people. 
Equity Fluent Leadership: Individuals who understand the value of different lived experiences and courageously use their power to address barriers, increase access, and drive change for positive impact.
Valuing diversity means that we recognize and respect everyone's unique qualities and attributes. 
Inclusion means that all individuals feel respected, accepted and valued.
Anti-Racism: includes beliefs, actions, movements and policies adopted or developed to oppose racism. In general, anti-racism is intended to promote an egalitarian society in which people do not face discrimination on the basis of their race, however defined. 
(From UC Berkeley)

CCCO's California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office DEI work: See website for current documents.

CCCO Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Curriculum: See website.

CCCO's Self-Paced Accessibility Courses: Website

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The Equity Fluent Leader Glossary (more than 160 terms, definitions, problematic usage, equity-language)

The Equity Fluent Leaders' Glossary of Terms

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Dynamic List 

This list is being updated as new resources are suggested to the Title V and POD

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Contribute a Resource

Share valuable organizations and efforts with your campus colleagues and students here. 

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DEISAA Engagement at Mt. SAC

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Social Justice, Anti-Racism, Accessibility

 DisclaimerThe information on this page does not represent the policies and definitions by the U.S. Department of Education. For additions, corrections, comments on this page, contact Dr. Lisa Rodriguez in POD (