Celebrating Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility & Belonging with ASI 


Diversity is the representation of all our varied identities and differences (race, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, tribe, caste, socio-economic status, thinking and communication styles, etc.), collectively and as individuals. We seek to proactively engage, understand, and draw on a variety of perspectives.

Equity seeks to ensure fair treatment, equality of opportunity, and fairness in access to information and resources for all. We believe this is only possible in an environment built on respect and dignity.

Inclusion builds a culture of belonging by actively inviting the contribution and participation of all people. We believe every person’s voice adds value, and we strive to create balance in the face of power differences. We believe that no one person can or should be called upon to represent an entire community.

Accessibility is when the needs of people with disabilities are specifically considered, and products, services, and facilities are built or modified so that they can be used by people of all abilities.

Belonging is identification with a community and feeling welcomed.

Educational Tools

Explore these free resources inspired by others relating to diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and belonging.

Gender & Sexual Orientation Resources

Butterfly Pride Month LGTBQ by M. Harris via, Pixabay
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Differently Abled Resources

Photo by ELEVATE, via Pexels

Racial & Cultural Resources

Photo by Charlotte May, via Pexels (cropped)


Photo by fauxels, via Pexels


Lake and forest

A rich vocabulary improves all areas of communication — listening, speaking, reading and writing. It helps us to think and learn about the world. Expanding knowledge of words provides unlimited access to new information. Our DEIAB vocabulary is focused on learning terms related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Inspirational Leaders

Learn about individuals who strive to make a difference in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and belonging. These leaders have all made a difference in their own way and we would love to share their story and accomplishments with you!

GRuban, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (cropped)
UC Berkeley photo by Yasmin Anwar

Get Involved!

This ASI Special event is an ongoing volunteer-led project made by people like you, using multiple educational sources regularly being revised and updated. We would love your assistance if you or your group would like to get involved!

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