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Attend a discussion session: Continuing the Conversation on Race

Over the past several weeks, UCOP has introduced a course series on understanding racism at work, Continuing the Conversation on Race.

The first courses have been led by author and educator Dr. Rachelle Rogers-Ard, executive director of People, Leadership and Development with the Alameda County Office of Education. Each of Dr. Rogers-Ard’s courses has furthered participants’ knowledge of the history of anti-Blackness in the U.S. and provided guidance on how to become an anti-racist leader. Course videos (excluding participant discussions) will be available soon in the UC Learning Center.

Dr. Rogers-Ard’s final class will be a two-hour discussion, question and answer session. Participants will engage around anti-racism on a personal level — in a larger group and small breakout sessions. To encourage open dialogue, this session will not be recorded. It will take place Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Register now.

Additional courses in the Continuing the Conversation on Race series — produced by UCOP Learning and Development in partnership with Culture, Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion — will be announced this fall.

Anti-racism resources

Further your understanding of racism and propel your development as an anti-racist leader by reviewing the following resources:

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