Anti-Racist Agenda concludes its final phase

BLOOMINGTON – After more than 120 meetings with students, faculty, staff, and administrators over the past year, IU’s Anti-Racist Agenda has concluded its final phase. The agenda outlines ways IU can make changes and foster new environments where all can thrive, and the final phase of the project includes reflecting on systematic gaps identified as a result of input from the IU community.

The agenda’s three primary goals included enhancing and reviewing an institutional accountability mechanism using a clear plan of action for sustainability and resources needed, developing a clear and transparent system for continuous improvement and review, and sharing results broadly with the IU community.

Plans are underway to share the dashboards and supporting documents with outcomes, processes and components from the past year’s work.