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Dartmouth’s Action Plan for Inclusive Excellence

President Phil Hanlon ’77 <presidents.office@dartmouth.edu>

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To the Dartmouth community:

We write to you today to present our commitments to advance diversity and inclusion at Dartmouth.

Over the last weeks, we have studied the reports from the three Inclusive Excellence working groups. We have reviewed the Community Study report. We have taken stock of many previous reports and surveys. We have listened to your feedback on calls, at community forums, and in meetings and office hours, and we have read your emails.

We have identified many previous efforts over the years to enhance diversity and inclusion in our community. And we have concluded that Dartmouth needs no more reports, task forces, or initiatives that occur in isolation. Rather, Dartmouth needs action, alignment, accountability, and transparency. Today we stand together and commit our institution to cultural change. This change is both possible and necessary, on behalf of the highest academic standards that are integral to this institution.

Dartmouth’s capacity to advance its dual mission of education and research depends upon the full diversity and inclusivity of this community. We have work to do. We must increase diversity, particularly among our faculty and staff. As we do so, we must also create a community in which every individual, regardless of gender and gender identity, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, disability, nationality, political or religious views, or position within the institution, is respected. On this close-knit and intimate campus, we must ensure that every person knows that he, she, or they is a valued member of our community.

Diversity and inclusivity are necessary partners. Without inclusivity, the benefits of diversity—an increase in understanding, improvement in performance, enhanced innovation, and heightened levels of satisfaction—will not be realized. We commit to investments in both, to create a community in which difference is valued, where each individual’s identity and contributions are treated with respect, and where differences lead to a strengthened identity for all.

In 2015, we launched the Moving Dartmouth Forward initiative to enhance the student experience and heighten learning outside the classroom, making the campus safer, more diverse, and more inclusive. The actions announced today build on Moving Dartmouth Forward with an expanded focus on diversity and inclusivity among staff and faculty, as well as students. As we did with Moving Dartmouth Forward, we commit to transparency and accountability in our actions. We will create a permanent home on Dartmouth’s website to allow you to track our progress across all dimensions of diversity and inclusivity, to ask questions, and to contribute ideas. We will appoint an external review committee to evaluate our work in fulfilling our commitments to diversity and inclusivity. And we will link that external review committee with the external committee already in place to evaluate our Moving Dartmouth Forward commitments.

Creating the culture we need and value will require a permanent commitment by the Dartmouth community. The actions we outline in the Action Plan for Inclusive Excellence mark that commitment with a period of focused action, supported by clear, accessible communication about our progress. We recognize that this effort is a marathon and not a sprint. We commit ourselves to constant vigilance and clarity regarding our efforts and their results.

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Sincerely,

Phil Hanlon ’77, President

Carolyn Dever, Provost

Evelynn Ellis, Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity

Rick Mills, Executive Vice President

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Samir was about to finish second grade when his school in Aleppo, Syria, was shelled. His father, Haysam, a 35-year-old shoemaker, badly wanted Samir to get an education, but given the circumstances, decided it was safer to keep him home. That was during the summer of 2012, when fighters opposed to the government opened an offensive for control over Aleppo. When the situation hadn’t improved by early 2013, Haysam locked up his shoe shop and moved his family first to Lebanon, then to Turkey.

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How we care for our veterans

If you watched last night’s debate, there was a lot of talk about war in places like Iraq and Syria, but very little about how to care for the men and women who serve after they return home.

Today is Veterans Day — a fact that went unmentioned during the Republican debate. And that’s important, because the truth is that while planes and tanks and guns are a cost of war, so too is taking care of the service members who use those weapons and fight our battles.

Last year, as chairman of the Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I authored and passed the most comprehensive veterans’ legislation in decades, reaching across the aisle to team up with Sen. John McCain. Amid reports of unacceptable wait times and calls to dangerously privatize veterans health care, we actually authorized funding for 27 new medical facilities and hired more doctors and nurses to care for the surging number of veterans returning from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

After two wars over 14 years, never before have so few been asked to do so much for our country. I voted against the Iraq War, which I think will go down as one of the worst foreign policy blunders we have ever seen, but I have never wavered from my commitment to caring for the women and men who served, and continue to serve, in that conflict.

You may not have heard much about it from the Republican candidates last night, but how we care for our veterans is going to be a central issue this election. The Koch-connected Concerned Veterans for America is prepared to spend untold millions of dollars supporting the privatization of veterans’ health care. And almost every Republican candidate running for president supports their plan to place the profits of private corporations over the promise made to our veterans.

I believe we should take a different approach — that we should stand with the majority of veterans who believe we should continue strengthening the VA. Now I want to know that you’re with us.

Sign my petition if I can count on you to help me continue fighting against the Koch-connected plans to privatize veterans’ health care.

This issue is very important to me and it’s why I am so happy to receive so many letters from veterans who appreciate my work on their behalf.

People like Hilary from Polk County, Iowa who wrote to our campaign saying, “Bernie Sanders is the only candidate with a track record of fighting for veterans and veterans’ rights. I know as president he won’t send my brothers and sisters in arms into needless wars and for those that have served our country, he will ensure that they have access to the benefits and health care they earned through their service.”

And Peter from San Diego, “Retired Navy. Like [Bernie’s] stand on taking care of veterans. If you can’t afford to take care of veterans you can’t afford to fight a war.”

And also Jack from Massachusetts, “I’m a disabled Marine combat veteran, Bernie has always supported veterans with deeds and not just hot air. I’d love to have a President like that.”

I will always fight for Hilary, Peter, and Jack. And if we all stand together, we can protect and strengthen the care we provide for everyone who has served our country.

Sign my petition opposing Republican plans to privatize veterans’ health care.

The United States has spent trillions of dollars sending our young men and women to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. Surely we can come together to ensure the Department of Veterans Affairs has the resources needed to care for them when they return.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders

MSF Releases Internal Review of What Happened in Kunduz on October 3 – Update on “Tell President Obama to Consent to Independent Investigation of Kunduz Hospital Bombing!”

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Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) USA just posted an update on the petition you signed, Tell President Obama to Consent to Independent Investigation of Kunduz Hospital Bombing!.

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Send your voice to Paris

In just a few weeks, leaders from around the world will come together in Paris for the most important climate negotiations of our generation. This process — along with the new global goals — can put us on the path to a sustainable future, making it possible to achieve a world free of extreme poverty, with opportunity for everyone.

We’ve never been closer to taking bold international action on climate change. Countries around the world are committing to climate action because it’s in their best interest and results are within reach. But the UN climate talks in Paris will bring together more than just governments — businesses, NGOs, experts, activists, innovators, and people of all backgrounds will also be there to join the conversation about how every person and every sector will contribute.

Ready to tackle climate change? Watch and share this short video for a primer on Paris:

It’ll take all of us to move the fight against climate change from words to action. Not everyone can be in Paris for these historic meetings, but we can all make a difference. Start by adding your voice to the call for climate action by using hashtag #EarthToParis to power this important moment for change.

The world’s attention is what will fuel a strong agreement. Thanks for helping put Paris in the spotlight!

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Exxon: Polluting, lying, setting climate policy

 

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This month, world leaders will meet at a critical summit in Paris to decide how to curb climate change and save our planet from increasingly severe environmental impacts. But the world’s top polluters – who have a long history of derailing solutions to climate change – are going to have a seat at the negotiating table.

Sign the Care2 petition to make sure the first order of business in Paris is to clear the room and kick polluters out of climate policy.

Yesterday, the President showed impressive climate leadership and vetoed the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. The day before that, the New York Attorney General announced his office would be investigating ExxonMobil over the charges that it lied to the public about the role of the oil industry in causing global warming, despite the fact that the company’s own researchers have warned the company for over 40 years about the realities of human-caused climate change.

This is a huge week for those of us concerned about corporate responsibility and climate change – but we have so much more work to do to secure a sustainable future. The Paris negotiations MUST play a critical role to avert a climate crisis.

Recent research shows that even when polluters publicly admit the reality of climate change and say they support action, behind the scenes and through their trade associations they do everything they can to kill initiatives to limit the greenhouse gases that are threatening our future on this planet.

So why do we let them sit at the table when we negotiate global agreements to try to save the planet from climate chaos?

Sign the Care2 petition to the leaders of the upcoming U.N. climate talks in Paris urging them to kick the polluters out, and limit their ability to continue to jeopardize our future.

If the world can’t agree to aggressive action and move our energy economy quickly away from dirty and dangerous oil, coal and natural gas, communities across the globe will be hit with worse droughts, forest fires, floods, hurricanes and a seemingly-unending list of environmental challenges.

Avoiding these worst case impacts is far more important than protecting a business model. But if the polluters are in the room, they’ll continue to block progress.

The talks in Paris are beginning soon – Nov. 30th, so sign the Care2 petition today and urge leaders in Paris to kick the polluters out to save our climate and our communities.

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Keystone: Organizing for Action

Friend —

Earlier today, President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline — another in a growing list of strong moves to fight climate change.

Climate change deniers and their polluter allies have fought him every step of the way, and they’ve already said they’ll fight as hard as they can on this too.

Will you stand with the President and fight for actions like this to take on climate change?

The Keystone XL pipeline was a risky plan to transport oil from the Canadian Tar Sands to refineries on the Gulf Coast.

Not only would it have made climate change worse, it would have added to the risk of dangerous spills in our heartland. The risk just isn’t worth the reward — because most of the oil would be exported to the world market, it wouldn’t have put much of a dent in gas prices or made us more energy independent. And big claims about job creation just never added up.

As the President said this morning, the time to act on climate change is now. Not later, not someday, but right here right now — and we can do it while creating jobs, saving money, and growing our economy.

We can reduce energy prices and create jobs by supporting the switch to clean energy. Wind and solar power have tripled in the last few years, costs are falling fast, and these booming industries provide hundreds of thousands of Americans with good paychecks. Real infrastructure investments from Congress wouldn’t hurt, either.

President Obama has been fighting hard to stop climate change. Despite constant opposition from climate change deniers and their powerful polluter allies, we’ve made a lot of progress — through investments in clean energy, a groundbreaking plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants, and through international agreements with big developing countries like China and India.

There’s still a long way to go in this fight. But we can win it — if everyone who believes in a cleaner, safer future stands up for what they believe.

Stand with President Obama and add your name to join the fight against climate change:

http://my.barackobama.com/Keystone

Thanks,

Jack

Jack Shapiro

Director of Policy and Campaigns

Organizing for Action

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