Diversity,Equity,Inclusion_1st_Edition

F R AM EWO R K S

“Our opportunity to be consistent in our commitment to diversity and inclusion in all Extension programming is now.”

— Chuck Hibberd, ECOP Chair, Dean/Director Nebraska Extension, University of Nebraska – Lincoln

What’s in a Framework?

As you continue to explore diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), it is important that you have a "guide or blueprint" that conceptualizes the designed approach and associated literature attributed to this subject matter. Three frameworks have molded this designed approach of DEI, to also include associated experts. It is important to: understand truth, how to heal, how to effectively implement DEI in learning environments, understand the importance of dialogue, and know how to change the optics. The researched ontology provides framework guidance.

Dr. Gail Christopher

Dr. Juanita Cleaver-Simmons

Framework for

Framework for

Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation

Diverse Learning Environments

Watch Dr. Cleaver-Simmons Online

Watch Dr. Christopher Online

Review Dr. Christopher’s Presentation

Review Dr. Cleaver-Simmons Presentation

Dr. M. Cade Smith

Framework for

Community Dialogues for Racial Healing

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