We are rich in diversity and welcome more. We strive to further accelerate opportunity with a cultural atmosphere where everyone feels valued, has a voice in the community, and is part of the positive momentum. Below is a snapshot of our county’s representation and resources.
The University of Alabama’s Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion is a tremendous resource for information about the initiatives and programming within the university and impacting the community as a whole.
Just a few highlights:
Source: The University of Alabama Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama’s Diversity Business Council fosters growth of minority-owned businesses in our region. The council hosts regular “Bridging the Gap” discussions relevant to its mission as well as an annual Diversity Summit. Learn more about the DBC and other Chamber diversity and inclusion initiatives by visiting the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama’s website.
Founded in 1972, Tuscaloosa International Friends is a community group that sponsors events and programs that encourage cultural exchange. Visit the Tuscaloosa International Friends website to learn more.
Tuscaloosa Sister Cities International (TSCI) has facilitated hundreds of productive global partnerships through cultural, civic and educational exchanges since its founding in 1986. Visit the TSCI website to learn more.