CETE developed the Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Movement to increase our efforts in workforce development, education, and family and community engagement toward the pursuit of a holistic approach to equity, social justice, and inclusion.
About the REDI Movement
- Increasing members of the CETE community’s knowledge and skills relevant to the posture and practice of cultural humility
- Identifying and establishing anti-racist norms, practices, and policies at CETE
- Contributing to the dismantling of institutional racism within CETE’s spheres of influence
REDI encompasses four different levels of action, including Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Institutional, and Societal. Each level has a specific set of activities associates engage with, ranging from professional development workshops, to White/Black/Person of Color affinity and multi-racial reflection groups, and a Steering Team responsible for on-going development and management of REDI, utilizing a problem-solving process drawing on CETE’s translational research model.
Following is CETE’s framework for engaging in action through the Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Institutional, and Societal levels.
© 2021 Center on Education and Training for Employment’s Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) Framework.
Professional Development Resources & Materials
Resources have been developed and curated to address topics relevant to racial equity, diversity, and inclusion. Select a topic to explore and disseminate materials.
Centering Blackness Videos
Centering Blackness Videos As articulated in an article released by the Insight
Race and Policy
Race and Policy Sara Owens, Program Specialist at the Center on
Activating Allyship The center’s Racial Equity Diversity Inclusion (REDI) initiative uses
The Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Movement Resource Catalog
The Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Movement was developed to
Having Effective Race Conversations
Dr. Steven Stone-Sabali led a Professional Development learning experience on Tools
Socialization The Program on Intergroup Relations at the University of Michigan
Research from the College of Education and Human Ecology
The center looks to the College of Education and Human Ecology’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Global Engagement (EDGE) under the leadership of Dr. Noelle Arnold