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Learn about — and apply to join — the UCOP Anti-Racism Task Force

A new Anti-Racism Task Force chartered by Yvette Gullatt and Cheryl Loyd will facilitate discussions with employees in all divisions, at all locations, and at all organizational levels to solicit their perspectives on how UCOP’s values are currently reflected and where improvements can be made.


New Friday Meet-ups provide resources, tips and conversation

The Friday Meet-ups series begins with three sessions that focus on mental health resources from the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.


UC comes together to heal, foster community and demand change

As we seek to understand systemic racism and the violence being perpetrated on people of color, the UC community is grieving together.


George Floyd mural

Expressions of protest and hope — street art sends a message

According to Thera Kalmijn, executive director, UCOP operations, art speaks for the movement, transforming UCOP communities into outdoor museums and a public record of historic events.


Colleague-recommended resources for conversation at a pivotal time

In the wake of the death of George Floyd and related protests, UCOP has been hosting community conversations. Here are resources to help you process current events and support your colleagues.


A message to the UCOP community from President Napolitano

President Napolitano shares her thoughts on George Floyd’s death and the related protests.


Volunteers clean the UCOP Franklin building in Oakland

Local volunteers removed graffiti from the building following the weekend’s protests in downtown Oakland.


Read “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” with the Shakespeare Club

Next Tuesday, May 26, join your colleagues for a fun, informal, participatory reading.