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US Equestrian is pleased to share a number of resources to encourage our community's growth and education about underrepresented and underserved groups in equestrian sport.
 

Frequently Asked Questions: Required DEI Education for USEF Representatives

Executive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Awareness and Education Session

Licensed Officials Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Awareness and Education Session
 

I Am US Equestrian

You Can Do This, featuring Chandra Thurman

Finding Your Path, featuring Ryder Richardson

You Are Welcome Here, featuring Clay Murray

I Feel Free, featuring Bea de Lavalette

Veterans & Horses, Finding Their Herd, featuring Jennifer Reynolds
 

DEI Community Conversations

Horses in Black Communities

Harnessing Accessibility and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities

An Introduction to LGBTQ+ and Becoming a Better Ally

Interrupting Bias and De-Escalation Techniques for Equestrians

 

Additional Resources

Generic Signage for Competitions - English/Spanish

Signage with English and Spanish translations for competitions in any breed or discipline. Common phrases, instructions, and locations can be found in these easy to print and post signs!

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Federation's Non-Discrimination Policy applies both to its employment practices as well as its members' participation in Federation competitions and events.

LGBTQ+ Resource Guide

A selection of informative resources including books, podcasts, films, articles, and organizations leading the way for the LGBTQ+ community.

Human Rights Campaign: 2018 LGBTQ Youth Report

HRC Foundation and the University of Connecticut released the largest-of-its-kind survey ever of more than 12,000 LGBTQ teenagers across the nation.

Mental Health Resource Guide

A selection of informative resources providing information related to mental health, including USEF member benefits, advocacy organizations, and crisis hotlines and other support lines.

Persons With Disabilities Resource Guide

A selection of informative and educational resources including para-equestrian programs, as well as books, podcasts, films, and organizations leading the way in creating awareness around the differently-abled community.

WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool

WAVE is a suite of evaluation tools that helps authors make their web content more accessible to individuals with disabilities. WAVE can identify many accessibility and Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG) errors, but also facilitates human evaluation of web content.

Persons With Disabilities Resource Guide (Screen Reader Friendly)

Screen reader friendly. A selection of informative and educational resources including para-equestrian programs, as well as books, podcasts, films, and organizations leading the way in creating awareness around the differently-abled community.

Racial Justice Resource Guide

A selection of informative anti-racism and racial justice resources including books, podcasts, films, articles, and organizations leading the way

The Chronicle of African Americans in the Horse Industry

Presented by the International Museum of the Horse, this virtual exhibit explores the stories of African American horsemen and women. You can research people, view photos and artifacts, listen to oral histories, and contribute to a shared understanding of the African American equestrian experience.