Anti-Racism | University of South Florida

Dismantling Racism Team Study Circles ‘a really powerful experience’ for participants

For two hours a week over a six-week period, a half dozen USF faculty and staff members came together to discuss issues of race. They were part of a pilot program for Dismantling Racism Team Study Circles, organized by the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity (DIEO).

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Land Acknowledgement

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The USF St. Petersburg campus recognizes that it was built on Indigenous homelands and invites the community to learn more about this history.

USF Magazine Spring Issue

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Read Dr. Hordge-Freeman's latest column in the Spring 2021 issue, titled, "The DARE Dashboard: Innovative Approaches to Data Transparency."

Notebook: Hate is a Virus

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The first in our Notebook series, freshman Shirley Ngo's story takes a look at the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes in the United States and how Asian Americans and allies are rallying to raise awareness.

Become a FLAG-EP Scholar

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The Florida Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate is seeking participants for its one-week long bootcamp and intense mentorship and training, provided by senior scholars to support the success of women of color in the professoriate.

COVID-19 & Anti-Racism

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Learn more about how USF Health and collaborators across the university have been on the frontlines to ensure that communities of color in the Tampa Bay region, often the most negatively impacted by the pandemic, are informed about the safety and science of the COVID-19 vaccine.