- January 30th--Book Club Discussion Kick-off
Halton Room 4:00pm-6:00pm
Selected title: The person you mean to be: how good people fight bias by Dolly Chugh
Discussion Facilitator: Ryan Harris
Atkins Library Diversity & Inclusion Committee
The Atkins Library Diversity and Inclusion Committee focus its initiatives on developing concrete steps for staff to increase their understanding of diversity issues and facilitating opportunities for broadening awareness of diversity as an essential way of creating a fair and open-minded work environment. The Diversity/Inclusion Committee provides leadership and guidance to the Library by encouraging awareness about and discussions of diversity and inclusion.
Conversations That Matter
The Atkins Library Diversity & Inclusion Committee hosts Conversations That Matter, a forum that allows all Atkins Library employees to participate in a discussion about diversity and inclusion. Topics of each session vary, welcoming open dialogue that includes the very broad scope of diversity such as race, gender, age, education, and any other topics having a connection to diversity and inclusion.
Atkins Library hosted Diversity Day 2019 on February 28, 2019. This day-long event, held on the campus of UNC Charlotte, featured a keynote presentation by Mark Puente, Director of Diversity and Leadership Programs at the Association of Research Libraries. The program also included a series of presentations by educators and professionals from the community and across the nation.
LGBTQ information, terms, and topics. Identiversity
- All about Pronouns
Helpful information about pronouns All about Pronouns