Programs & Resources
Programs on demand
Facilitation of social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings are FREE for all FIU students, student groups, and classes.
All faculty and staff requests can be found online in the "Trainings" section of the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion website.
Our team will work directly with each individual request to ensure our training meets your needs.
- Introduction to Social Justice/Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Participants will discuss themes and figures of various Social Justice movements, learn
how they can make change, and identify the concepts and misconceptions of diversity,
equity, and inclusion; exploring relevant examples and applications.
- Gender Pronoun Use
Participants will explore gender concepts, learn the importance of pronoun use, and learn
how they can respectfully engage with Panthers who have diverse genders, bodies, and
- Grassroots Activism and Protest Safety
Participants will learn about historical grassroots activism, and how Panthers can get
involved with causes they care about; navigating protest-related legislation while
understanding how to stay safe and make your voice heard.
- Introduction to Intersectionality
Participants will explore the origins of the term, learn about their multiple identities, and
engage in discussion about the overlap and impact.
- Introduction to Feminism
Participants will explore feminism’s origins, learn the “waves” of feminism, and consider
how can feminism impacts people of all genders and orientations.
- Let’s Talk About Civil Discourse and Vulnerable Communication
Participants will learn how to engage in civil discourse and better understand the
underpinnings of vulnerability, active listening, and intentional engagement.
- thisABILITY: Ableism, Rights, Power & Progress
Participants will explore definitions, experiences and history of the language, policies, and
behaviors that perpetuate ableism while learning how to identify, address, and advocate.
- Supporting and Affirming LGBTQA+ students
Participants will learn history, statistics, language, and other resources that will assist
Panthers in supporting and including LGBTQIA+ communities.
- Understanding Environmental Justice
Participants will explore the disproportionate effects of climate change, examine efforts
that have been made, and learn how Panthers can play a role in making change.
- Bias, Discrimination, Microaggressions & Bigotry
Participants will explore definitions, instances, and implications of othering language and
behaviors while learning how to identify, advocate, and address.