Friday, April 16 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Online - gousf.usfca.edu
Announcing the GoUSF 15 Day Racial Equity Challenge
An Opportunity to Learn, Reflect, and Take Action for Racial Justice
We are pleased to invite the entire USF Staff and Faculty community to engage in the 15-Day Racial Equity Challenge taking place April 5-23 presented in collaboration with the GoUSF Racial Equity Committee, the Office of Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach (DECO), and the Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice (INSJ).
Our goal is to provide dedicated time and space for participants to build more effective social justice practices, particularly practices focused on issues of inequity, racism, resilience, strength, and community. All are welcome to join, regardless of race, ethnicity, prior anti-racism work, age, or background; and no matter where you are on your personal journey for racial equity.
In addition to the daily challenges, all members of our USF community are invited to join weekly discussion groups which will take place from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. on the three Fridays during the challenge. Pre-registration is required. Attendees can register below or visit the registration page on myUSF.
Friday, April 9, An Examen for Racism » Father Donal Godfrey leads a discussion about how our actions and privilege contribute to the destruction of the dignity and humanity of the Black community in the U.S.
Friday, April 16, No Shushing - Addressing Silences in our Collections » Led by Gleeson Library staff Gina Murrell, Sherise Kimura, Elisa Rodrigues, Annie Reid, and Justine Withers
Friday, April 23, Let's Grow Through Racial Healing » USF Graduate student Charlene Johnson will share the powerful spoken word video "Let's Grow" and lead a discussion about what it means to face racism head on.