The Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (OGI) works across all areas of the University to promote education and address racism and other forms of discrimination (previous communications from OGI). OGI continues to provide consultation and guidance across the University as individuals, schools, units, and departments meet within their local and global contexts and engage in anti-racism work, education, and dialogue.

Anti-racism work requires sustained, proactive education and engagement as well as systemic, intentional efforts at micro- and macro-levels. Anti-racism work also requires individuals to take responsibility for their own learning and avoid placing the responsibility for that education on already marginalized and disenfranchised groups, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

We across NYU repudiate racism, violence, and all forms of discrimination targeting historically marginalized groups including but not limited to Asian and Pacific Islander, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, women, LGBTQ+, Jewish, Muslim, immigrant, undocumented, and socioeconomically disenfranchised communities.

While we continue to work with schools, units, and departments, and their Global Inclusion Officer(s) in responding to specific community needs, we have listed selected programs, education, and resources focused on anti-racism that are available to the NYU community. We encourage you to use the information and resources on this page, in tandem with other resources available to you across NYU, and other personal and professional networks.

Please contact the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation if you have any questions at

Learning and Development

Leadership and Development

Selected Programs and Initiatives

Highlighted Keynote Speeches and Presentations

Toolkits and Resources

External Resources

Self Care and Wellbeing Resources

Updated on March 1st, 2022