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A CALL TO ACTION

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion stands in solidarity with our Black family, friends, neighbors, students, faculty, staff, and colleagues. We mourn with them as we collectively process the more profound meaning and complexities of the wounds that have been inflicted with the injustices and deaths of all the named and unnamed people over the past 400 years.


When we say that Black Lives Matter, we must also act like Black Lives Matter.

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With COVID-19, we are experiencing a rapidly changing environment at the University. We want you to know we are just a click away and our Centers remain open virtually. Please check their websites and social media platforms to learn how to reach someone if you are in need. We hope you are all staying safe and healthy!

American Indian Resource Center
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Black Cultural Center
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Center for Ethnic Student Affairs
Attend CESA’s virtual office hours!
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Dream Center
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LGBT Resource Center
Attend the LGBT Resource Center’s virtual drop-in office hours!
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We are doing our best to keep a list of campus resources as updated as possible. Information on remote resources for students, faculty, and staff can be found here.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is deeply committed to enhancing the success of diverse faculty, students, and staff, as part of our broader goal to enrich the educational experiences and success of all members of our university community. This division – lead by Vice President Mary Ann Villarreal – is comprised of leaders, experts, and educators who drive the University’s effort to create a safe and welcoming campus climate.

With our new leadership, the Vice President for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion oversees the entities across the entire University of Utah including the American Indian Resource Center; Black Cultural Center; Center for Ethnic Student Affairs; Dream Center; LGBT Resource Center; Office for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; and Office for Inclusive Excellence. Additionally, the office partners with all colleges, departments and the broader community to help develop initiatives aimed at fostering more awareness, advocacy, and action.

About EDI

This division – lead by Vice President Mary Ann Villarreal – is comprised of leaders, experts, and educators who drive the University’s effort to create a safe and welcoming campus climate.

PEOPLE & PLACES

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Dear University Community

We know this is a most difficult time for many in our community with the developments of the last few months. The EDI family is also in pain as we too are experiencing frustration and anger as we begin to process what the last few days have meant in this country.

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