BLM Resources (recommeded by the Office of Faculty Development & Diversity)
- LARA Method: Listen, Affirm, Respond, and Ask Questions, builds respect and common ground between people in conversation, allowing you to explore your differences more openly and honestly.
- Are You Ready To Talk?: A resource for those who want. to have or lead a conversation about different identities, experiences, or viewpoints.
- Centering Black Community Needs: Developed by the Office of Graduate Education for faculty and staff to engage in difficult conversations and better support students, postdocs, and research staff
- Justice In June: Becoming an active ally to the black community
- Anti-Racism Resources for White People: A resource guide compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein for white people to deepen their anti-racist work
Stanford Teaching Resources
- Stanford Office of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies Policy Guide
- CTL Teaching Commons Resources
- CTL Consultation Request Form
- Virtual Well-Being by Vaden Health Services: https://vaden.stanford.edu/virtualwellbeing
- Resources to Help a Student in Distress (Red Folder): https://studentaffairs.stanford.edu/redfolder