Higher Education Institutions are Hostile to Religious Pluralism: What’s Missing from DEI Efforts

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Gillian Dauer

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Higher education institutions have failed to reckon with their histories of exclusion on the basis of religion. The impact of this exclusion has reverberations on campus climates and institutional policies today. Yet, the experiences of religious minorities are omitted in conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion on college campuses at the expense of these students. In order to achieve equity, a complex examination of intersecting identities and proper attention to the experiences of religious minorities on campus must be made.

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Dauer, G. (2024). Higher Education Institutions are Hostile to Religious Pluralism: What’s Missing from DEI Efforts. Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University, 9–12. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/jiuspa/article/view/37982
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