Traditional diversity programs have fallen flat in terms of their effectiveness. Take a concerted, integrated approach to increase participation and engagement of underrepresented groups in order to achieve diversity and inclusion within an organization.
To recognize and avoid microaggressions, take a look at this interactive tool developed by the University of California, Los Angeles for diversity and faculty development purposes. It categorizes microaggressions into various areas, provides examples, and explains the messages they convey.
Diversity in the Classroom, UCLA Diversity & Faculty Development, 2014