Race

Racial justice has been a guiding political movement at Berkeley and in the United States and beyond, one newly urgent in the era of #blacklivesmatter.  Here we consider the aesthetic, activist, and intellectual mobilizations around the concept of race, as well as allied movements and conversations in law and political thoery; ethnic studies; colonialism, decolonization, and neocolonialism, and more.

Fall 2022 Schedule Archive

Fall 2022 Schedule Archive: A+D Thursdays

Fall 2022 Schedule
A+D Thursdays: Creativity in Practice

 

Thursday, September 1, 12:45pm

Fall 2022 Schedule Archive: A+D Fridays

Fall 2022 Schedule
A+D Fridays: A Year on Angel Island

 

Spring 2022 Schedule Archive: Arts + Design Fridays

Spring 2022 Schedule
Arts + Design Fridays: Perseverance, Renewal, and Reflection in a Changing World

 

Berkeley may take a first step Tuesday toward acknowledging the harm slavery and systemic racism has done to Blacks by hiring a consultant to develop a reparations process for the city.

On chilly Saturday, winter graduates turn to their future

Xander Young was just a few weeks into his first semester at UC Berkeley in March 2020 when in-person life ended and he, and all his fellow classmates, moved classes, clubs and college comradery online.

Campus launched the Berkeley Discovery Initiative in hopes of transforming the undergraduate experience at UC Berkeley.

The goal of the campuswide plan is to ensure every undergraduate has the opportunity to pursue creative, independent “discovery projects” that can serve as a career foundation.

“Truly lost.” That’s how Ivan Chavez says he felt when he arrived at UC Berkeley in fall 2018.

Fall 2021 Schedule Archive: Arts + Design Mondays

Fall 2021 Schedule
Arts + Design Mondays: Perseverance, Renewal, and Reflection in a Changing World

 

Fall 2021 Schedule Archive: Arts + Design Thursdays

Fall 2021 Schedule
Arts+Design Thursdays: Creativity in Practice