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Antiracist Resources

This guide features resources from the Pace library collectioins, as well as other libraries, organizations and cultural institutions, to help individuals who wish to educate themselves on the history and impact of racism in America and how to be more ant

Pace's Commitment to Diversity

Pace New York and Westchester campuses

The cornerstone of Pace University’s commitment to diversity is Opportunitas—providing students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to achieve excellence. Since 1906, our dedication to Opportunitas has been reflected in the wealth of distinctive worldviews and voices that come from the Pace community’s constellation of experiences.  Embracing diversity of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, citizenship, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity, marital or domestic partnership status, is central to our mission. As a scholarly community, we recognize that diversity helps foster a strong and vibrant learning environment for our students.  This environment is fundamental to the culture of our institution, and it is further enriched by diversity among faculty and staff who support the intellectual endeavors of our students. Pace University will continue to cultivate an environment that fosters educational excellence, innovation and leadership for all current and future members of our community.


Pace Offices and Divisions