Advocates for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility throughout the MSU Libraries. In collaboration with various internal and external stakeholders, the DAC also promotes the visibility and inclusion of minority communities through public and internal programming, educational events, and consultation with the Executive Council. The DAC meets twice monthly to identify and make suggestions to address bias and prejudice in the organization and to strengthen the organizational culture for diversity.
CoREM is comprised of four historically underrepresented racial and ethnic faculty, staff and administrator organizations at MSU: Asian Pacific Islander Desi American/Asian Faculty Staff Association (APIDA/AFSA), the Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators Association (BFSAA), the Chicano/Latino Faculty, Staff, Specialist and Graduate Student Association (ChiLA), and Educating, Anishinaabe: Giving, Learning and Empowering (EAGLE).
The ALA Office for Diversity serves as the liaison to the American Indian Librarian Association (AILA), Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA), Black Caucus of ALA (BCALA), Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA), REFORMA, and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table.