Diversity & Equity Conferences

This page lists conferences that focus on the themes of diversity and equity.

Annual New England Conference on Multicultural Education: PK-12 and Higher Education. Attendees will have the opportunity to examine ways to reduce racial, ethnic and economic isolation; learn about innovative programs that infuse multicultural education into the curriculum; highlight the work of exceptional individuals and programs engaged in teaching tolerance; discuss effective strategies in implementing multicultural education; encourage excellence in teaching and learning to meet students' diverse needs; and explore working toward more equitable schools and communities. 

Annual White Privilege Conference. The annual White Privilege Conference (WPC) serves as a yearly opportunity to examine and explore difficult issues related to white privilege, white supremacy and oppression. WPC provides a forum for critical discussions about diversity, multicultural education and leadership, social justice, race/racism, sexual orientation, gender relations, religion and other systems of privilege/oppression. WPC is recognized as a challenging, empowering and educational experience. The workshops, keynotes and institutes not only inform participants, but engage and challenge them, while providing practical tips and strategies for combating inequality. The WPC is pleased to announce the initiation of the WPC Youth Leadership Conference!" For more information: https://www.theprivilegeinstitute.com/copy-of-projects-resources

National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE). The annual NCORE conference scope is comprehensive and includes topics such as institutional change; recruiting and retaining a culturally diverse faculty, staff, and student body; enhancing the quality of life for culturally diverse students on predominantly white campuses; understanding and valuing differences; enhancing teaching and learning in culturally diverse classroom environments; enhancing positive outcomes of cultural diversity on campus; managing and preventing incidents of racial and ethnic conflict on campus; understanding and meeting the unique needs of different racial and ethnic groups on campus; creating valuable linkages between the university and the community; and unique racial and ethnic conditions and experiences. For more information: http://www.ncore.ou.edu/index.html

Last Modified: 1/9/24