For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization welcomes Zhonnet “Z” Harper of the Alameda Health System, along with breast cancer survivors.
All Black-identified staff are invited to join the next session of the “We Need to Talk” series, focused around self-empowerment.
All Black-identified staff are invited to join the next session of the “We Need to Talk” series, focused around the Black experience at UC.
The Black Staff and Faculty Organization is celebrating Juneteenth with two virtual parties this Friday from 5-6 p.m. Join us!
Don’t miss the second event in the Black Staff and Faculty Organization’s series exploring COVID-19 health disparities in the African-American community and underserved populations.
Join Kimi Watts-Tartt, director of the Alameda County Public Health Department, for a discussion of COVID-19 impacts within Alameda County’s African-American community, and other vulnerable ethnic populations.
This Thursday, BSFO brings together a panel of impactful African-American UC leaders to share their experiences in the workplace.
Join BSFO during our Black History Month kick-off event featuring keynote speaker Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D., vice provost and chief outreach officer/interim vice president of Student Affairs.
Throughout February, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization are collecting new and gently used ties through their partnership with All Tied Up, a special nonprofit that teaches leadership, self-respect and empathy to young men of color — all through the basic skill of tying a tie.
The Black Staff and Faculty Organization has an array of activities planned to celebrate African-American culture and heritage throughout February.