Where can I learn more about microaggressions and related topics?

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Learn more about microaggressions and other related topics

  • The UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) is oversees campus strategies for enhancing equity, diversity, and inclusion, and for combatting discrimination. The EDI website contains numerous educational resources on topics such as implicit bias, confronting bias, and inclusion strategies.
  • The UC Systemwide Talent Management offers the UC Managing Implicit Bias Series to UC faculty and staff. It is a six-course online training series designed to increase awareness of implicit bias and reduce its impact.
  • The NIH Scientific Workforce Diversity Office provides educational content on microaggressions, implicit bias, and stereotype threat.

How can I get more connected or involved on campus with these issues?

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There are many ways to get more connected or involved on campus with these issues.


  • UCLA offers over 1,300 student organizations, including groups that promote equity, diversity, and inclusion. Click here for the complete list of student orgs.
  • There are a number of resource centers and programs on campus that support underrepresented groups, including the LGBT Campus Resource Center, the Undocumented Student Program, the Black Bruin Resource Center, the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars, and the Veterans Resource Center.


Where should I go if I have incidents to report that occur on campus?

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Here are the resources to report incidents of discrimination and harassment on campus.



Where can I go to seek help for dealing with microaggressions or related issues?

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