The Office of Diversity and Outreach has curated a list of resources on anti-racism and racial healing for your self-guided learning.

Upcoming Events

BIPOC Meditation
Through Dec. 1st
Join the MRC as we collectively honor our bodies and breath with 30 minutes of stillness. This space is curated to honor self identified Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) learners, staff, and faculty.

UCSF Webinars

Anti-Blackness & Its Link to Racism, Privilege, and Power, Part I
(1hr 23mins)
Presented by Dante King on June 18, 2020. This webinar examines the creation of “Whiteness” in America from recent historical and sociological sources and the impact of the structural anti-Black racism from the colonial past to the present.
Anti-Blackness & Its Link to Racism, Privilege, and Power, Part II
(1hr)
Presented by Dante King on August 19, 2020. This second installation of the series exams impact of structural racism, anti-blackness, and the value of multi-dimensional aspects of diversity.
Anti-Blackness & Its Link to Racism, Privilege, and Power, Part III
(2hrs 3mins)
Presented by Dante King on October 8, 2020. This third installation of the series focused on the modern-day impact of historical & social foundations of structural racism & anti-blackness on interpersonal communication & behavior.
Anti-Blackness & Its Link to Racism, Privilege, and Power, Part IV
(1hr)
Presented by Dante King on November 12, 2020. The last installation of this series focused on developing strategies to help diminish and minimize biased attitudes that affect decision-making.
The Intersection of Race and Redlining
(1hr 23mins)
Presented by LaWanda Wesley, EdD on July 15, 2020. Learn about the past and present of redlining & the relationship between redlining and health disparities from a trauma informed lens.
Unlearning Anti-Blackness in the Asian American Pacific Islander Communities
(1hr)
Presented by Dr. Kim Tran on October 13, 2020. This webinar provided in-depth relevant knowledge about Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) and Black American solidarity and history of antagonism in order to build tools to create belonging.

Community Webinars & Panels


Additional Resources

The following topics include resources for your self-guided learning.