Anti-Racism Resources

Background image: Support for DACA students in Sproul Plaza, UC Berkeley

Becoming an Anti-Racist Campus

We have all inherited racism and we are all situated differently in our journey to become anti-racist. This journey includes challenging all structures of oppression that strip humanity, dignity, liberty, and justice from marginalized groups based on race/ethnicity, religion, country of origin, sexual orientation, disability, and power structures that advantages certain groups over others. These living documents and resources have been created to support the journey to becoming an Anti-Racist campus. 

James Baldwin pictured here in 1979 at the steps of UC Berkeley’s Doe Library.

Courtesy Bancroft Library

Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.
James Baldwin