Toward Inclusive Excellence explores issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion, particularly, though not exclusively, as they affect the higher education community. This new content strand incorporates weekly blog posts as well as podcasts and webinars, in which contributors explore the intricacies of racial identity as they relate to implicit bias, systemic racism, and ableism, among other pertinent topics. Among the goals of this channel is the development of a pool of knowledge and actionable resources for information professionals, administrators, faculty, and others seeking to understand racism from new perspectives and to promote racial justice on their campuses and across the professional community.

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TIE Podcast Preview: Camille Dungy on Environmental Justice and the Making of Soil

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Camille Dungy joins the TIE Podcast to discuss her book "Soil" about how she grew her garden against the challenges of racialization, highlighting the interconnectedness of environmental and social justice.

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