A popular workshop offered by Dr. Rachelle Rogers-Ard presents a fantastic opportunity to boost your anti-racist practices? while connecting with your colleagues.
On March 31, UCOP staff are invited to participate in a special live-streamed presentation featuring the internationally acclaimed author.
Two upcoming classes can help you develop the knowledge and skills you need to help make UCOP a more equitable workplace.
If you’ve taken the UC Managing Implicit Bias series and would like to go deeper on exploring your understanding of implicit bias with a supportive group of colleagues, join us!
Learning these six terms as defined in UCOP’s Anti-Racism Task Force Report helps us build a vocabulary of understanding in our workplace.
If you’ve taken the UC Managing Implicit Bias series, don’t miss this opportunity to go deeper with your understanding of bias — and to discuss your learning with UCOP colleagues.
UCOP staff at all levels are key partners in helping to create an anti-racist workplace.
University of California President Michael V. Drake, M.D., issued a statement on April 13 regarding the killing of Daunte Wright.
Microaggressions can affect our work environment and organizational culture. Learn how they affect others, and how you can prevent them, during live virtual trainings.
The UCOP ARTF is recruiting colleagues from the OP community to participate in one of five workstreams.
The UCOP Anti-Racism Task Force is implementing its recommendations. Here's how you can be part of the effort.