Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium ♥

Cross-Cultural Center | Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium Monday, January 18 through Friday, January 22, 2021 The Cross-Cultural Center is honored to present this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium virtually and we invite the campus community to participate. As we process and heal from witnessing recent disturbing and dangerous events in Washington, D.C., it [...]

Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium ♥2021-01-12T08:47:02-08:00

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues | A Crucible Moment for Race in America: The Crisis of Racial Capitalism and the Challenge of the Movement for Black Lives

Join UCI and UCSB Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the  2020-2021 Series Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues  A Crucible Moment for Race in America: The Crisis of Racial Capitalism and the Challenge of the Movement for Black Lives by Barbara Ransby Wednesday, January 13 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM About the Speaker: Dr. Barbara Ransby is [...]

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues | A Crucible Moment for Race in America: The Crisis of Racial Capitalism and the Challenge of the Movement for Black Lives2021-01-12T15:29:35-08:00

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues with Peniel Joseph ♥

Join UCI and UCSB Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the 2020-2021 Series Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues  The Sword and the Shield: The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. in the Age of Black Lives Matter by Peniel Joseph Friday, November 20 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM About the Speaker: In Fall [...]

Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues with Peniel Joseph ♥2020-12-01T12:17:04-08:00

Join UC Santa Barbara’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the launch of the 2020-2021 series Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues ♥

Join UC Santa Barbara's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the launch of the 2020-2021 series Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues: Anti-Blackness, Refusal, and Resistance: Fugitive Possibilities in Black Education by kihana miraya ross Wednesday, October 14 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM About the Speaker: kihana miraya ross received her doctorate from UC Berkeley in 2016 and [...]

Join UC Santa Barbara’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the launch of the 2020-2021 series Anti-Blackness: Difficult Dialogues ♥2020-10-09T16:07:17-07:00

SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series – Anti-Blackness and the AAPI Ethnic Media: How Can We Amplify Stories of Our Intersectional Struggles? ♥

Topic SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series - Anti-Blackness and the AAPI Ethnic Media: How Can We Amplify Stories of Our Intersectional Struggles?   Description Summer of Listening Series: Anti-Blackness in AAPI Communities August 7: Anti-Blackness and the AAPI Ethnic Media: How can we amplify stories of our intersectional struggles? https://bit.ly/AAPIEthnicMedia   Each [...]

SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series – Anti-Blackness and the AAPI Ethnic Media: How Can We Amplify Stories of Our Intersectional Struggles? ♥2020-07-15T09:30:11-07:00

Building a Culture Where Black People Thrive: Resources for Confronting Anti-Blackness

Dear Campus Community, I am writing to follow up on Chancellor Gillman's call to the campus community on May 31 to dismantle systemic anti-Black sentiment. I want to announce the creation of a dedicated website entitled Building a Culture Where Black People Thrive: Resources for Confronting Anti-Blackness. Accountability for confronting anti-Blackness begins with understanding. Understanding [...]

Building a Culture Where Black People Thrive: Resources for Confronting Anti-Blackness2020-08-06T17:49:16-07:00

Chancellor Howard Gillman | Public Safety at UCI

Dear colleagues: Yesterday, the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) wrote to the campus community, outlining critical steps toward community-focused policing. I am writing to underscore my full support for these efforts and to put their efforts in the larger context of our whole university response to the long-overdue national reckoning that we have witnessed since the horrific, [...]

Chancellor Howard Gillman | Public Safety at UCI2020-08-06T17:44:16-07:00

SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series – Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives? ♥

Topic SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series - Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives?   Description Summer of Listening Series: Anti-Blackness in AAPI Communities   Each session will feature a 1-hour panel, followed by a 30-minute Zoom discussion. All are welcome - let’s learn together!   [...]

SUMMER OF LISTENING: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN AAPI COMMUNITIES Series – Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives? ♥2020-07-15T09:29:37-07:00

Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives ♥

The UCI Humanities Center presents "Summer of Listening Series: Anti-Blackness in AAPI Communities." Each session will feature an hour-long panel followed by a 30-minute Zoom discussion. You may livestream these panels from Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance's Facebook page, but in order to participate in the discussion, you must register for the [...]

Colorism and Everyday Racism: How does Anti-Blackness Present Itself in Our Daily Lives ♥2020-07-29T08:22:09-07:00

Office of Inclusive Excellence | Why Juneteenth Matters in 2020 ♥★✚

Dear campus community, Today the campus observes the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth or National Freedom Day. It refers to the date when enslaved Black men, women and children in the state of Texas collectively marked their emancipation at the end of the Civil War. Since then, Juneteenth not only commemorates the ending of chattel slavery [...]

Office of Inclusive Excellence | Why Juneteenth Matters in 2020 ♥★✚2020-07-23T12:58:15-07:00
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