This website is a centralized list of resources, petitions, and concrete actions being put forward by concerned students, alumni, faculty, and staff at Carnegie Mellon University. (Have something to include?)
"There is genuine desire across the institution to embrace a more inclusive and respectful climate, but desire without collective action is not the Carnegie Mellon way."
Higher Ed’s Toothless Response to the Killing of George Floyd, written by Dietrich Professors Jason England and Richard Purcell
Full Report of the CMU Task Force on Campus Climate, a 2019 report that, "make[s] specific recommendations to support a climate that is more diverse, inclusive, fair and respectful."
Understanding the Barriers to Diversifying CMU Faculty and Recommendations for Improving Diversity: A Focus on Under-Represented Minority and Female Faculty, a 2018 report by Drs. Linda Babcock (Dietrich Professor, Social and Decision Sciences Department Head) and Rosalind Chow (Tepper Professor)
Critical Race Theory for HCI, a 2020 paper written in part by Alexandra To (HCI Doctoral Student)