Civil Rights Archive
Access county level demographic information by logging into the Civil Rights Archive on SharePoint.
And Justice For All
The And Justice for All poster must also be displayed wherever and whenever you deliver programming, as well as in every MSU Extension office location. In addition, electronic versions that can be used when conducting programs using PowerPoint is available below. Hard copy posters can be obtained by contacting Anne Brooks at email@example.com
- And Justice for All PowerPoint Slide Landscape Version 16.9 Aspect Ratio Wide Screen
- And Justice for All PowerPoint Slide Portrait Version 4.3 Aspect Ratio Standard Screen
MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer. Michigan State University Extension programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or veteran status. (Abbreviated Statement)
- Which Anti-Discrimination Statement should you use?
- Anti-Discrimination Statement (Arabic Version)
- Anti-Discrimination Statement (Spanish Version)
- Frequently Asked Questions
US Census Bureau - gather data on information for specific populations such as socioeconomic status, health care, nutrition, race, etc.
2012 Census of Agriculture - contains information about farms in the United States broken down by state and various demographics including gender, race and state (2.5mb).
Collecting Participant Demographic Data
- MSU Extension Demographics Data Collection Script
- NEW MSU Extension Demographic Data Collection Form for Adults
- NEW MSU Extension Demographic Data Collection Form for Adults - Spanish
- NEW MSU Extension Demographic Data Collection Form for Adults - Arabic
- NEW MIPRS Crosswalk
- NEW Demographic Data Collection Form FAQ
About Parity is a document that can help you determine if your programs are reaching your audiences in proportion to their representation in the community. It is an essential part of our 'all reasonable effort' expectations.
- Sign Language Interpreters
- Limited English Proficiency Resources - through Certified Languages International, MSU Extension helps provide staff with over the phone interpreting services. Click on the links below for additional information.
- Meeting an Accommodation Request
Web Based Accessibility
At MSU, we serve a diverse audience that relies increasingly on the Internet for many aspects of life, including education, employment, commerce, research, health care, and recreation. In today’s society, it is essential that we provide equal access and opportunity to all our users, including those with disabilities. Accessible Design can diminish and even remove barriers to information and interaction critical to success for our faculty, staff, students, and the general public. For additional information https://webaccess.msu.edu/
Bias Free Communication: Guidelines for Communicating in a Diverse Community is a tremendous document that can assist all of us to prepare programming materials, brochures, promotional documents, and curriculum in a way that will encourage representation from all segments of our community populations.
MSU Extension Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Website provides a wealth of additional information, professional development opportunities, planning and reporting resources related to diversity and multicultural programming efforts, and access to multiple sources of additional educational materials.