Beyond Racial Equity is supported by a team of consultants with specific expertise in areas of anti-racism, anti-oppression, and equity in higher education.
As we launch the academic year, we would like to share a few recent updates to the work of addressing equity at the College
We hope you are finding moments of joy during these summer months. While this time of year can be a respite for some, it also provides an opportunity to move into the work of reflection, and space to plan for work yet to be done.
As we shift our minds to the summer months, we pause for a moment to acknowledge all that has happened in the world and at Emerson this past year.
Since the March 3, 2021, Update on Community Equity Action Plan, additional steps have been taken in response to the #ESOCWeekOfAction Demands.
A newly established communications working group drawn from across the College will provide periodic and regular progress updates on our community equity plan.
On Friday, 29 January, more than 60 members of the Emerson community met to re-affirm the College’s commitment to creating a culture of equity and anti-racism at Emerson.
The Dean’s Fellowship Program was created to help support the personal and professional development of undergraduate students working toward a more equitable and just Emerson.
Penoi wants ArtsEmerson to reflect what is happening in the community.
Given the extended timeline for the presidential search, it has become apparent that we should move forward at this time to seek new permanent leadership for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.