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Dr. Jynette Larshus (Sociology) and her family were among the members of the Minot State University community who participated in the 2020 Minot Freedom Day celebration. The Diversity Council and MiSU Student Life/Student Activities provided picnic games for the celebration at Oak Park in Minot

Anti-Bias/Anti-Racism Resources

Dr. Kathy Hintz, Director of Teacher Advisement and Field Placement and Coordinator of the Elementary Education Program in the Department of Teaching Education and Kinesiology, has suggested the following resources both for school curriculums and individual learning:

Scaffolded Anti-Racism Resources – This is a list of resources that help you identify you or your learner's current understanding of racism and show you how you can advance to new levels of understanding and commitment.

Anti-Bias/Anti-Racism Resources for Educators and Care-givers – While geared more towards educators, this page is helpful to everyone who wants to learn more about anti-racism and social justice.

Culturally Responsive Leadership – Aimed at elementary/middle/high school teachers, but good for everyone.

Student Organizations

Campus PRIDE prideclub@minotstateu.edu
Native American Cultural Awareness Club NACC@minotstateu.edu
Minot State University Student Government Association sga@minotstateu.edu

 

University Resources

Native American Cultural Center

Title IX Office/Keep U Safe