The BYU Antiracism Database Project has compiled various digests that "promote and support antiracist actions at BYU to create a more inclusive, loving, safe, Christlike, Zion campus." Learn more about the project and read the available digests here.
The BYU Committee on Race, Equity & Belonging is united and deeply committed to realizing the recent call to action and reflecting the united declaration of leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the NAACP that educational institutions “review processes, [policies], and organizational attitudes regarding racism and root them out.” Read more about their mission, purpose, and resources available here.
One of the first steps to solving a social problem is learning more about the issue. The Peery Series is hosted by Brigham Young University’s Ballard Center for Social Impact. In conjunction with the series, each month the Ballard Center focuses on a different social issue. Learn more here.
The Office of Student Success and Inclusion (OSSI) sponsors and promotes programs that give students opportunities to be more proximate to diverse ideas and perspectives. OSSI also hosts events for specific populations including racial minorities, LGBT & SSA students, and religious minorities. In addition to programing, OSSI advisors are available to meet with students one-on-one to discuss individual concerns, questions, and ideas regarding inclusion and belonging on campus. To contact an advisor, feel free to visit 2010 WSC (across from the Varsity Theater) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.