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Below are links to national and international organizations, projects, and websites concerned with various aspects of diversity, inclusion, and department climate issues in academic philosophy and higher education. We also include links to the various cultural centers on Purdue's West Lafayette campus.

Campus Cultural Centers

Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center (AAARCC)

Black Cultural Center (BCC)

Diversity Resource Office (DRO)

Latino Cultural Center (LCC)

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Center (LGBTQ)

Native American Educational and Cultural Center (NAECC)

National and International Projects

Implicit Bias & Philosophy International Research Project

A collection of philosophers and social scientists working through the philosophical implications of the new, growing literature on the effects of implicit bias.

Philosophical Spaces (blog)

Philosophical Spaces is a blog hosted by a group of philosophers who have been involved in climate issues for some time, which discusses and advises people about how to make the climate in their philosophy department and other professional spaces more hospitable.

APA Committee on the Status of Women

APA Committee: Status of Black Philosophers

APA Committee: Inclusiveness in the Profession

Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy

The Gender Equity Project

The Gender Equity Project hosts a series of short pieces on what departments can do to address gender equity issues.

The Gendered Conference Campaign

The Gendered Conference Campaign aims to raise awareness of the prevalence of all-male conferences (and volumes, and summer schools), and of the harm that they do. It also offers suggestions on how to avoid a gendered conference, here.

Feminist Philosophers (blog) 

Feminist Philosophers is a blog that hosts great advice on diversity and inclusion in philosophy, including for example, how to make your conference accessiblehow to mitigate bias in a job search, and supportive advice for women and minorities in philosophy.

What Is It Like to be a Person of Color in Philosophy? (blog)

What Is It Like to be a Woman in Philosophy? (blog)

What Is It Like is devoted to short observations sent in by readers, about life as a woman in philosophy.