The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council (DivE-In) will strengthen relationships, skills, and analysis to promote constructive change within DUL. The Council will propose library-wide goals, devise strategies, make recommendations, and support education and training initiatives that address diversity, equity, and inclusion issues. Acknowledging that these issues are ever-evolving and that DUL are part of a much larger community, the Council will evaluate the Libraries’ strengths and challenges in these areas with the intention to further enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion. To be successful, this work must be collaborative and engage many different aspects and groups within DUL, demonstrating transparency. Recognizing that diversity initiatives must be embedded within the culture and practices of the Libraries to be truly transformational, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council will work in concert with the Executive Group, Library Human Resources, and appropriate departments and committees to meet its goals.
- Dracine Hodges, Associate University Librarian for Collections Services, Chair (2023-2025)
- Beth Doyle, Conservation Services (2023-2025)
- Heather Baker, Metadata & Discovery Strategy (2023-2025)
- Brandon Britt, Access and Delivery Services (2022-2024)
- Molly Bragg, Digital Collections & Curation Services (2023-2025)
- Joyce Chapman, Assessment & User Experience Strategy (2022-2024)
- Megan Crain, Duke University Libraries Development (2023-2025)
- Meredith Parker, Library Human Resources, Ex Officio
- Will Shaw, Digital Scholarship and Publishing Services (2022-2024)
The DivE-In Council is on hiatus during the 2023 fall semester. Council members are focusing on diversity, equity, inclusion, and access through our roles on various library strategic planning committees. DivE-In will restart in 2024. Until then, please see the library and campus resources listed below.
Duke University Libraries Resources
Duke University Libraries has prioritized anti-racism and diversity, equity, and inclusion work through the Racial Equity Roadmap. The Transparency Tool tracks our actions, initiatives, and progress in this work and provides transparency and accountability to staff and stakeholders. Please see the links below for more information.
- Duke University Libraries Racial Equity Roadmap
- Duke University Libraries Transparency Tool (Duke NetID and password required)
- Duke University Libraries Statement on Potentially Harmful Language in Library Descriptions
Duke University Resources
- Advancing Racial Equity at Duke
- Duke Center for Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation
- Duke's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
- Duke Student Affairs (Student-focused centers, including cultural, affinity, and religious centers)
- Duke Disability Management System
- Duke Office for Institutional Equity
- Duke Web Accessibility Guidelines