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Thursday: Samir Gambhir explores the roots of structural racism

This Thursday, April 21, from 12 – 1 p.m. (PT), the Confronting Racism speaker series welcomes Samir Gambhir, director of the Equity Metrics Program at the Othering and Belonging Institute at UC Berkeley. 


Confronting Racism: Imagining an anti-racist UC and the roots of structural racism

Members of the UC-Coro Systemwide Leadership Collaborative will present findings, recommendations and resources from their reflection tool and audio stories.


New Confronting Racism event: Tools and Strategies for Transforming Our Institution

Members of the UC-Coro Systemwide Leadership Collaborative (2020 Northern California cohort) will present findings, recommendations and resources from a reflection tool and audio stories they developed.


The Confronting Racism speaker series presents Dr. Lok Siu this Thursday

Join us to explore the impact of economic disparities, COVID-19 pandemic and cross-racial collaborations on anti-Asian violence and exclusion.  


Save the dates for upcoming Confronting Racism events

The next Confronting Racism events will focus on anti-Asian discrimination and UC Irvine's Black Thriving Initiative.


Confronting Racism: On the Responsibility of Dreamers

At what point does an undocumented immigrant become an American in the making? Join Dr. Alberto Ledesma, assistant dean for diversity, inclusion, and equity at UC Berkeley, for a candid conversation about his journey


Confronting Racism explores the immigrant experience

Join Dr. Alberto Ledesma, assistant dean for diversity, inclusion, and equity at UC Berkeley and author of the 2017 memoir, “Diary of a Reluctant Dreamer, Undocumented Vignettes from a Pre-American Life.”


Confronting Racism speaker series: On the responsibility of dreamers

Join Dr. Alberto Ledesma of UC Berkeley for a candid conversation about his journey from undocumented immigrant to UC leader. He will share stories, musings and drawings from his award-winning memoir.


Imagining an Anti-Racist University

The concept of critical race theory has dominated mainstream media in recent months. What does this term really mean, and why has it become so controversial — especially in relation to elementary and secondary