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GUEA welcomes Dr. Lok Siu on anti-Asian hate and bias

An expert in Asian diasporas and transnationalism, Dr. Siu will discuss racial violence, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and how communities can combat anti-Asian bia and violence.  


Celebrate Black History Month with anti-racism workshops and events

Black History Month is just a week away and UCOP has many engaging opportunities for UCOP staff to connect with colleagues around this important recognition.


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


Confronting Racism: Dr. Tunette Powell imagines an anti-racist university

Attend the first event in the Confronting Racism speaker series, featuring Dr. Tunette Powell in conversation with Ghanya Thomas.


GUEA introduces new Confronting Racism speaker series

Confronting Racism is a new program of virtual learning opportunities inspired by President Drake and the work of the UCOP Anti-Racism Task Force.


New webinar: UC’s Role as a Hispanic-Serving Research Institution

Learn about UC’s unique role as a research-intensive, public Hispanic Serving Institution, and how its work has a wide-ranging impact, from leading researchers.


Professor Amani Allen of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health

UC Distinguished Scholars: Professor Amani M. Allen on African-American Health Inequities

This live online event will present insights into the mental and physical health of African-Americans in relationship to gender, socioeconomic position and the stress created by racism.


Reminder: GUEA welcomes author Amy Nickerson this Friday

GUEA will welcome Amy Nickerson, author of “How Do You See Us? Our Lived Realities of Being Viewed as a Threat” for an exploration of racial injustice and systemic racism in the United States.


Amy Nickerson to speak on the impact of policing and racial injustice

GUEA presents the author of “How Do You See Us? Our Lived Realities of Being Viewed as a Threat” on Jan. 15 from 12-1 p.m.


Book cover - The Color Line

The Campus Color Line: Webinar/book talk from GUEA

Learn more about the Graduate, Undergraduate and Equity Affairs recent webinar featuring UCLA Associate Professor Eddie Cole, Ph.D.