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The Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Alfredo Medina, Jr., Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and College Diversity Officer
Bennington College's Vision Statement for Institutional Pluralism and Inclusion
"The College affirms the intersecting identities of all its community members—students, faculty, staff, and alumni—and recognizes their contributions to the vitality of our unique living and learning environment. The College’s approach to pluralism and inclusivity—both as fields of inquiry and practice—is to prioritize flexible thought, and to invite the examination of access, value, and power through its institutional policies and areas of study."
Additional Resource Guides
Bennington College History: Black Music
A guide to the history of the Black Music division at Bennington College.
A guide to our history, our present, our future, solely for our wellbeing.
Caribbean Arts, Theory, and Literature
A resource guide for Michael Wimberly's and Heather Vermeulen's course Caribbean Arts, Theory, and Literature (SCT4151.01) course.
Contemporary Asian American Literature
A resource guide for Anna Maria Hong's course Contemporary Asian American Literature (LIT2373.01)
The Healing Collective
The Healing Collective is a collaborative work by Fiona McGovern '18 and Ash Haywood '18. While drawing on larger women of color feminisms, the Healing Collective seeks to create a sacred and protected space focused on the historical traumas, perspectives and practices of Black women and our specific experiences at Bennington College.
Hip Hop Archaeology
A resource guide for Brian Murphy's course Hip Hop Archaeology (MS2105.01)
Korean American Feminist Poetry
A resource guide for Anna Maria Hong's course Honors Seminar: Korean American Feminist Poetry (LIT4159.01)