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Anti-Racism & Racial Justice Resources

A collection of anti-racism and racial justice resources.

UCLA Policies, Procedures and Initiatives on Anti-Racism and Racial Justice

  • UCLA Principles of Community
    UCLA'S core mission can be expressed in just three words: education, research, service

  •  Statement of Ethical Values
    Members of the University of California community are committed to the highest ethical standards in furtherance of our mission of teaching, research and public service. We recognize that we hold the University in trust for the people of the State of California. Our policies, procedures, and standards provide guidance for application of the ethical values stated below in our daily life and work as members of this community. We are committed to: integrity,  excellence, accountability, respect.

  • Principles Against Intolerance
    In March 2016, the UC Regents approved the “Principles Against Intolerance,” a set of principles that  outline the academic and community values necessary to realize the University’s core mission. A year earlier, in July 2015, UCLA created the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), a central administrative unit that shares the Principles’ commitment to building an equal learning and working environment for all.

  • Student Conduct Code
    Students are members of both society and the academic community with attendant rights and responsibilities. Students are expected to make themselves aware of and comply with the law, and with University and campus policies and regulations. While many of UCLA’s policies and regulations parallel federal, state and local laws, UCLA’s standards may be set higher.

  • UCLA Library Anti-Racism Initiative Update
    In the wake of a nationwide reckoning with racism and racial violence, the UCLA Library embarked on an Anti-Racism Initiative (ARI) to uncover and understand how systemic racism and oppression operate within the Library. The initiative’s overarching goal is to embed an active commitment to anti-racism into the organizational culture in order to create and sustain an equitable, supportive, and welcoming workplace.

  • UCLA Procedure 230.1 : Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination
    The purpose of this procedure is to enable the resolution of Student grievances alleging violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or of University policies against discrimination based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, alienage, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veterans status, physical or mental disability, or perceived membership in any of these classifications which result in injuries to the Student.

  • UCLA Incident of BIAS Reporting Form
    The mission of UCLA is to promote discovery, create and disseminate knowledge, expand opportunities for all, and educate the next generation of leaders. The University strives to foster an environment in which all are included. Acts of discrimination are antithetical to the values of the University. If such incidents occur, we ask that you report them using this form.

  • Inclusive Teaching in Diverse Classrooms
    Strategies for Cultivating Inclusive Classrooms; Understanding Implicit Bias and Stereotype Threat; and STEM Outcomes at UCLA

UCLA Departments, Programs and Centers

UCLA Reports

The Moreno Committee was authorized by Chancellor Gene Block and implemented by former EVC/P Scott L. Waugh to establish an independent, Blue-Ribbon Committee to investigate “ongoing diversity challenges.”

 Moreno Report (PDF) (2013)

 Moreno Recommendations Implementation Committee Final Report (PDF).  (2021)