Expanding Access Quarterly

In September 2018 the Civil Rights Leadership Team launched its first issue of the Expanding Access Quarterly. We are optimistic that this publication will benefit and support both colleagues and stakeholders in continuing to carry out our civil rights responsibilities and commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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Summer 2020 issue

  • What does systemic change look like?
  • Programming highlight: Serving Native communities in Wisconsin
  • Employee Spotlight:  Janeth Orozco
  • The emergence of “BIPOC”: What it means and how it is used
  • Update from Civil Rights Leadership Team
  • New on the OAIC website: anti-racism resources and document library
  • The Dear Asians Initiative: how translation opened the door to allyship
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Spring 2020 issue

  • Xenophobia:  Addressing the pandemic nature of a social virus
  • Accessibility in the time of COVID-19
  • Use Zoom’s polling feature to collect demographic information
  • Employee Spotlight:  Angie Allen
  • Extension’s resource groups and task forces
  • Hmong community research showcased in capitol rotunda event
  • Wisconsin Idea Internship Program postponed until 2021
  • New “And Justice For All” posters coming soon
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Winter 2020 issue

  • Reflections on Washington, DC by John Kriva
  • The anatomy of a Coaching & Consultation Request
  • Updated organizational non-discrimination statements
  • Employee Spotlight:  Fabiola Diaz Negrete
  • What’s the difference between equality and equity?
  • Personal pronoun stickers available
  • Wisconsin Idea Internship Program proposals due Feb. 7
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Fall 2019 issue

  • New Office of Access, Inclusion, and Compliance!
  • Meet the 2019 SAAIP interns
  • What we’re reading: Uncomfortable Neighbors
  • How to request disability accommodations for program participants
  • Employee spotlight: Adam Trunzo
  • Tribal Lands map available
  • Issues in brief: Representation matters

Summer 2019 issue

  • Q&A with Teresa Curtis
  • Third online civil rights training module available
  • Call to action: add an expanding access record in Recording Results
  • The emerging preference for “HMoob” as a term of self-identification
  • Employee spotlight: Imelda Delchambre
  • UW-Madison equal opportunity/affirmative action compliance statements
  • Farewell to Shelley King-Curry

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Spring 2019 issue

  • Q&A with Dr. Danielle Hairston-Green
  • Announcing the UW-Madison Division of Extension Latino Task Force
  • Call to action: dust off your county civil rights plan
  • LERG members learn from oral history project on older Latinas
  • Employee spotlight: Alfredo Arteaga, Jr.
  • New partner nondiscrimination letter template available