Diversity and Inclusion Conversations & Action

On June 10, President Drake shared his message about how the university is addressing institutional racism. Incisive discussions are occurring across our campuses, supporting Ohio State’s motto, “Education for Citizenship.” These discussions will lead to greater understanding on how what we teach, learn and do at Ohio State to make a difference in challenging inequities and discrimination.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion has created a new website, Focus on Racial Justice, that provides information about events and activities across the university. It will serve as a central place for information inclusive of: leadership messages, resources, events and other topics related to the university’s focus on racial justice. To submit items, contact odi@osu.edu.

Students, faculty or staff may seek support resources or report incidents of harassment, discrimination or sexual misconduct to the Office of Institutional Equity at (614) 247-5838, equity@osu.edu or equity.osu.edu.

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