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Anti-Black Racism: History, Ideology, and Resistance - Oakland Campus

Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Teaching & Learning

Center for Teaching & Learning's Anti-Racism Resources: A list that is updated regularly with pedagogical approaches and general resources for anti-racist work in teaching and learning. Please e-mail teaching@pitt.edu with any suggestions for additional content. 

The Pitt News

Op-ed | We are Done Dying (June 2, 2020): A statement on behalf of the Black Action Society and the Black Student community.

Op-ed | Grappling with Systemic Racism (July 7, 2020): A call to action from Jack Daniel, Pitt alumnus and retired senior administrator and distinguished service professor. He was the first chair of Pitt’s Black Studies department, now known as the Africana Studies department, from 1969 to 1974.