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Inclusion and Diversity in Curricula: Diversifying Content

Speakers & Experts

Bringing in guest lecturers and experts is a great way to be inclusive and demonstrate representation in the field. Below you will find lists of experts from minoritized groups in the sciences. Among these resources, especially the first, you will find Twitter handles and hashtags that will help you and your students to be more intentionally inclusive in your more casual information consumption.

Primary Sources

Primary resources are a good way to include a diversity of voices in your course.  The voices of minoritized communities often get muffled in the historical record.  Below you will find archives that represent many different types of experiences in a variety of topic areas.

Statistics/Data

The use of statistics and data can be used to bring in more inclusivity in quantitative fields.