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Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
A a brief overview of resources available through the library on the topics of diversity, inclusion, and belonging
This guide is meant to be a brief overview of resources available on the topics of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. Please look in Search@UW or ask a librarian for assistance if you wish to locate additional resources.
Bringing together segments from other episodes in The Call of Africa series, this program strives to build bridges of genuine understanding about human rights, political power structures, the environment, public health, marriage customs, emigration, and many other vital topics through the views of real people living in the real Africa.
Five non-binary people discuss their experience of life outside the simple gender binary of male and female. They tell us about the difficulty that society has with their resistance to its attempts to compartmentalize and define people.
"LGBT Studies in Video is a cinematic survey of the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people as well as the cultural and political evolution of the LGBT community. This first-of-its-kind collection features award-winning documentaries, interviews, archival footage, and select feature films exploring LGBT history, gay culture and subcultures, civil rights, marriage equality, LGBT families, AIDS, transgender issues, religious perspectives on homosexuality, global comparative experiences, and other topics"- company's description
Latino Americans is the first major documentary series for television to chronicle the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos, who have helped shape North America over the last 500-plus years and have become, with more than 50 million people, the largest minority group in the U.S. The changing and yet repeating context of American history provides a backdrop for the drama of individual lives. It is a story of immigration and redemption, of anguish and celebration, of the gradual construction of a new American identity that connects and empowers millions of people today.
"In this program, college students from Ethiopia, South Africa, and the U.S. discuss what Geert Hofstede called “the five dimensions of culture”—regard for individuality, gender roles, ability to tolerate social change, hierarchy, and long-term planning."