Programs and Resources

SJI Programs on Demand

Facilitation of these social justice, equity, and inclusion training programs are free for all FIU affiliated student groups and departments. Our team will work directly with each individual request to ensure our presentations meet your needs. Topics include:
  •  Introduction to Social Justice
  •  Introduction to Intersectionality
  •  Freedom of Speech and Expression
  •  Understanding Microaggressions
  •  Vulnerability - Communicating and Managing Emotions
  •  Supporting and Affirming LGBTQIA+ People
  •  Chosen Name & Gender Pronoun


EVERFI Online Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training Module

We encourage students to sign up for the EVERFI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion online training module.  Individuals who complete this training will:

  • Learn about key concepts related to identity, bias, power, privilege and oppression;
  • Understand the benefits of being part of a diverse community; and
  • Develop skills related to ally behavior, self-care, and creating inclusive spaces.

If you wish to complete this 45-minute self-paced training, please sign-up today.  If you have any questions regarding this training, please email Rozeena Taylor.

Cultural Conversations

The Office of Social Justice and Inclusion regularly hosts Cultural Conversations as a way to exchange thoughts, opinions, and ideas about diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, and race in a safe space. If you are interested in a specific topic, please contact Jeffrey McNamee at Please visit the Office of Social Justice and Inclusion on Panther Connect to register our next Cultural Conversation.

FIU's Global Indigenous Forum

The mission of the Global Indigenous Forum is to bring global Indigenous issues, voices, and awareness to the FIU campus and world community through activities and academic programs.


FIU's Multi-Faith Council 

The Multi-Faith Council is comprised of multiple religious organizations from different faith traditions. These organizations are devoted to their unique religious traditions, but together as a council, they serve the FIU community through a commitment to foster an atmosphere that both nurtures the intellectual dimensions of faith as well as encourage the spiritual dimensions of education. The member organizations of the Multi-faith Council are all affiliated with nationally-recognized religious bodies, and the leaders of Multi-Faith Council organizations are professional staff (clergy or laity).



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Office of Social Justice & Inclusion
11200 SW 8th Street
GC 216
Miami, FL 33199
Fax 305-348-1911 


3000 NE 151st Street
WUC 253
North Miami Beach, FL 33181
Fax 305-919-4258