Diversity & Social Justice Trainings

Social Justice 101

The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides training and workshop opportunities for student groups, University departments and units, and community partners on topics related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice.  To request one of these trainings or workshops, please fill out the appropriate form below.  Please note that we need ample time to schedule and prepare for a training (minimum two-week notice) and that most of our trainings require a 2 hour time commitment.  Once you fill out a request form, one of the OMA staff will reach out to you to set up a meeting to discuss the specific needs of your group.  Should you have any questions about this process or our workshops and trainings, please contact (785) 864-4350 or email oma@ku.edu


Social Justice Fellows

KU Faculty and staff: become a Social Justice Fellow! From KU News: "The program provides intensive direction to faculty and staff on issues of social justice, inclusion and systemic oppression. The program is structured like an academic course with scholarly readings, discussions and short reflections...read on


Safe Zone

In partnership with The Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity, we offer Safe Zone, an educational program that educates both the campus and greater Lawrence community in order to create a safer, more respectful community for all individuals, particularly those of sexuality and/or gender minorities (e.g., lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, etc.)