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Antiracism & Inclusive Campus Plan

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Learn more about the Antiracism and Inclusive Campus Plan framework

In the midst of these challenging times, Sacramento State recognizes the need to commit to transformational change and create and implement an Antiracism and Inclusive Campus Plan. President Nelsen and the Cabinet developed a framework that will allow our campus to collectively draft its antiracism and inclusive campus plan, while also ensuring the plan addresses the various ways a truly antiracism and inclusive campus must engage and operate.

The plan will be created through a structured collective process where individuals from across campus have the opportunity to provide input and feedback, and serve on planning groups. The framework identifies seven content areas and establishes a separate Action Planning Group for each.

Antiracism & Inclusive Campus Plan framework


We encourage the entire campus to review the framework, provide input and feedback throughout the process, and consider applying to serve on a planning group. Interested students, staff, and administrators can apply to take part.

Faculty interested in serving should look for the separate call and application process from Faculty Senate. The planning process will also be supported by up to four fellows who will be hired to support the planning process. Students, faculty, and staff interested in serving as a Planning Fellow can apply.

The President will announce appointments by late October and the initial orientation meeting will be held on November 6, 2020.

Questions or concerns about the Framework or the planning applications should be directed to