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President Michael V. Drake, MD

A message from President Drake on racial violence and Tyre Nichols

President Drake responds to recent racial violence and the killing of Tyre Nichols by Memphis Police.

APISA presents author Catherine Ceniza Choy, Ph.D.

On September 29, Professor Choy, will discuss her latest book, which features the themes of anti-Asian hate and violence, and the erasure of Asian American history.

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. 

Mehrsa Baradaran

Next Tuesday: Mehrsa Baradaran, J.D., to explore racial wealth gaps

Professor Mehrsa Baradaran, J.D., will share her work on racial wealth gaps and generators of wealth in Black communities.

Mehrsa Baradaran

Mehrsa Baradaran, J.D., to speak on racial wealth gaps

The UC Council of Chief Diversity Officers’ Distinguished Scholars series will feature Mehrsa Baradaran of UC Irvine Law.

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UCOP denounces violence against the AAPI community; takes steps to increase security

UCOP addresses recent violent acts in the Oakland Chinatown community and shares safety tips for all staff.

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President Drake to moderate session on navigating racism in career advancement

The next episode of the UC Alumni Career Network will focus on navigating racism in career advancement. Learn how to acknowledge and address racist barriers and learn strategies for building a trusted network.

President Drake

President Drake: Supporting our Asian colleagues and communities against violence

President Drake addresses the recent alarming acts of violence directed against Asian-Americans.