On this resource page you can find a variety of services offered by the law school as well as resources at the university-level, national resources and organizations, and scholarships. Additionally we offer tools for learning more about diversity and inclusion.
Resources and Services
UO Law Resources
UO Scholarships & Resources
- Diversity and Equity at the University of Oregon
- Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA)
- Many Nations Longhouse
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Educational and Support Services Program
- Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity
- Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE)
- Erb Memorial Union: Student Diversity
- Veteran Services for Students
National Resources & Organizations
Let’s Talk About Inclusion
At Oregon Law we strive to create an inclusive and diverse community, which includes having difficult discussions. Below are some good tools and resources for starting down the path of understanding.
Things To Watch:
- Dwyane Wade talks about the importance of honoring his 12-year-old's gender identity (4:22). "You are a leader. This is our opportunity to allow you to be a voice."
- Matthew Cherry's Oscar-winning short film, Hair Love (6:47). It's a story about an African American father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time.
- River Finlay's short documentary, Luchadora (12:00). It's a story about following a dream and fighting for what you love, interwoven with issues on gender and power.
Things To Read:
- Division of Equity & Inclusion's email list (sign-up). Plug in for news, updates, and events on and around the UO campus.
- Community & Inclusion reading list that Tina Ching, Law Reference Librarian, helped curate. This includes some non-academic reading options.
- Indian Country Today. Daily digital news platform that covers indigenous communities, tribes and native people throuhgouth the Americas.
- Hip Latina. Digital lifestyle publication that curates positive and inspiring stories relavant to the U.S. Hispanic/Latnix community.
- Shine. App for self-care. They have a specific article by Martha Tesama titled: Why We Need to Talk About—and Recognize—Representation Burnout.
Things To Listen To:
- CodeSwitch podcast. "Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? Code Switch can help."
- Yo, Is This Racist? podcast. "Every Wednesday, (Andrew) Ti, co-host Tawny Newsome, and their guests answer questions from fan-submitted voicemails and emails about whether or not something is, in fact, racist."
- Burn It All Down podcast. "The feminist sports podcast you need."