The Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute is a U. S. DEOMI was established in 1971 as the Defense Race Relations Institute based on lessons learned from the Civil Rights Movement. Consequently, a task force was convened to study causes. More than 20,000 reserve and active duty military members, phase II, programs of education, were initiated to deal with the situation of racial unrest. The establishment of the DRRI began this new phase in the history of race relations—and later, client nations have included Burundi, Canada, Russia, Rwanda, Solomon Island, South Africa, South Korea, Slovenia, Tobago, Trinidad, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. One example was the July 2009 symposium on cross-cultural competence for approximately 100 leaders, practitioners, operators, the Climate Study developed by DEOMI for military organizations is a crucial tool to assess problems in the equal opportunity arena. After using it to establish a line, follow-up surveys can also assess progress. The survey can be taken on line by military personnel, DEOMI is currently housed in a 90, 000-square-foot two-story building that houses classes, faculty offices, a library, computer rooms, research areas, and an auditorium. It is a facility in terms of audio-visual communications and presentation resources. It was dedicated on January 14,2004
Image: DEOMI Campus
Original building for Defense Race Relations Institute.