The following are resources provided by the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.
Amnesty International-Amnesty International is campaigning for an end to police brutality, an end to torture and abuse of prisoners, the protection of asylum-seekers, the abolition of the death penalty, ratification of human rights treaties, and a code of conduct for arms sales.
Anti-Defamation League-Fighting anti-Semitism and bigotry here and abroad, the Anti-Defamation League probes the roots of hatred against Jews and serves as a public resource for government, media, law enforcement agencies and the public at large. With its National Headquarters in New York City, ADL has a network of Regional and Satellite Offices throughout America, and in Jerusalem and Vienna.
Black Excel: The College Help Network-Since its founding in 1988, BLACK EXCEL has helped young people and their parents all across the country to navigate the difficult college admission process. Our scholarship list has been called "the most comprehensive" available for Black students.
California Newsreel-California Newsreel is the site for educational videos on African American life and history, race relations and diversity training, African cinema, Media and Society, labor studies, campus life and much more.
Children's Defense Fund-The mission of the Children's Defense Fund is to Leave No Child Behind® and to ensure every child a Healthy Start, a Head Start, a Fair Start, a Safe Start, and a Moral Start in life and successful passage to adulthood with the help of caring families and communities.
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art-The Eiteljorg Museum is unique, one of two museums east of the Mississippi with both Native American and Western art. Located in downtown Indianapolis, the museum is within walking distance of the RCA Dome, Circle Centre mall and major downtown hotels.
Hispanic Radio Network-Hispanic Radio Network is one of the largest producers and syndicators of Spanish Language educational radio programs in the world. Hispanic Radio Network produces daily national and international broadcast shows that focus on education, health, science, technology, the environment and social justice.
Latino/Native American Network (LANA)-LANA© was developed at the University of New Mexico by Professor Eligio Padilla in 1994 to increase the number of Latinos and Native Americans considering graduate education. Members of LANA© receive information about graduate school and summer research opportunity programs at major universities throughout the country, as well as information about Project 1000 (a way to apply to seven graduate programs at no cost with one application), the GRE, fellowship competitions, etc. We send a list of LANA© students to the 238 Research I, Research II, Doctoral I and Doctoral II universities in the country, and agencies looking for interns.