In|Dignity brings insights from Anthropology (the holistic study of human experience), Sociology (the study of society), and Psychology (the study of human mind and behavior) together to promote resilience, empathy, and community strength.
In|Dignity is brought to you by the Cal State San Bernardino (CSUSB) College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Office of Community Engagement, in partnership with the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. The teaching resources were developed by the Region Ten Content, Literacy, Inquiry, Citizenship (CLIC) Project.
Generous support for In|Dignity has also been provided by California Humanities, a nonprofit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit the California Humanities website for more Information. Additional financial support was provided by the CSUSB students through their Instructionally Related Programs Fee, and a Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute Research Grant.
In|Dignity is a Resource to
- Promote Empathy
- Discourage Bullying
- Support Marginalized Identities
- Stimulate Critical Thinking About Current Events
- Encourage a Sense of Community
- Inspire Civic Engagement
- Features 43 Inland Empire residents’ personal biographies
- Curated and designed by students and faculty at Cal State San Bernardino
- Curriculum packet supports learning outcomes & state standards
- Features over 400 themed audio clips
- Is Completely free