You don't need to do it alone! The following resources can be used by Gettysburg College faculty to support their efforts to diversify their syllabus, expand their teaching, and create a more inclusive classroom. These opportunities come from the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning, which provides faculty with opportunities to develop their teaching and can provide support for teaching for diversity and inclusion.
A resource combining definitions and information on how to cover the multicultural world with accuracy, authority and sensitivity. Created by the Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism at San Francisco State University.
A collection of guides, definitions and news about conscious language for our diverse population. You can search for terms and opinions by your interest area.
A blog on radical copyediting that "helps language live up to its most radical potential—serving the ends of access, inclusion, and liberation, rather than maintaining oppression and the status quo".
University of Michigan's Guidelines for Discussing Incidents of Hate, Bias and Discrimination in the Classroom and guide for Creating Inclusive College Classrooms
Increasing Inclusivity in the Classroom from Vanderbilt University