Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice
The Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice is the brainchild of Dr. Khyati Joshi and Shanelle Henry. It was originally born from a collaboration between Fairleigh Dickinson University and The American Conference on Diversity, and was first hosted in New Jersey over a decade ago. Its approach is based equally in the hand, head, and heart. They believe that a multi-pronged approach to equity and justice work and culturally responsive teaching leads to the most authentic and long-lasting changes, both in us as individuals and in our institutions.