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Anti-Racism | Action Planning

Anti-Racism Action Plans

In collaboration with our office and partners in the Office for Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, the DI-Executive Leadership Team, and campus constituent groups, we are preparing a series of documents and guides for conceiving and implementing anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion plans in units across campus. We will publish and continue to update them here in the coming weeks and months.

Listed below are the action plans that some of our partners on campus are taking to ensure the success and safety of everyone.

DEI STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS
UC Davis has made a number of investments in diversity, equity, and inclusion, and there are additional strategic investments planned for the future in an effort to develop a more inclusive campus community. The "UC Davis Strategic Investments" document shares just some of the many investments that have been made to support our communities, particularly in light of the need to address implicit and explicit bias, racism, and structural inequalities.

BEING AN ALLY REQUIRES BEING AN ANTI-RACIST: 11 SUGGESTED ACTIONS TOWARD ANTI-RACISM IN THE OFFICE AND ON YOUR OWN
Written by the UC Davis Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; based on the Office of Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion’s Anti-Racism and DEI Action Plan. Contributions made by UC Davis Constituent Groups: African American Faculty and Staff Association, Asian Pacific American Systemwide Alliance, Chancellor’s Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Queer, Intersex, and Asexual Issues, Latinx Staff and Faculty Association, Native American Faculty and Staff Association, and the Veteran Constituency Group.

ANTI-RACISM SYLLABUS
In this document, we share some of the events on campus and invite you to use this syllabus to engage in activities and learning opportunities that are forthcoming. Some of the events that have passed include opportunities to continue to engage and learn, beyond the date that the event was offered, through summary posts, video recordings, or other asynchronous options.