Incidents of hate, bullying and other forms of harassment have proliferated on college campuses in recent years. Where once colleges and universities were an enclave of safety and learning, some institutions have become the focal point of uncivil behavior based on race, ethnicity, gender, immigration status, religion, disability and/or sexual orientation.
In coordination with the Stop Hate Project of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and ThinkRubix, the Fund for Leadership, Equity, Access and Diversity (the LEAD Fund), the nonprofit affiliate of the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity (AAAED), has received a grant to conduct three activities to identify challenges to resolving issues of intolerance, bias and uncivil behavior on campus, as well as best practices to effectively address these concerns.
Purchase the three LEAD Fund Reports on Campus Hate and Bias: Lead Fund Toolkit, 66-page Accompanying Report and Survey on Uncivil Hate and Bias Incidents on Campus (UHBIOC) for one price and gain great
insights on addressing issues of civility on your campus.
Mail a check to:
LEAD Fund Campus Civility Project
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006
In the memo line add: "Campus Civility Bundle" or "Toolkit"
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