This Black History Month, UCnetwork celebrates black staff associations — some of which also include faculty and students — throughout the UC system. Learn how staff are creating community for their members and allies, building connections throughout campuses and helping shape policies around staff interests, student diversity and access, equity and inclusion for the whole UC community.

We’re featuring the UCSF Black Caucus, the first cultural affinity group in the University of California system, which has made — and continues to make — significant and lasting advancements for people of color throughout UC.

Explore the history of the UCSF Black Caucus and learn about members’ impact today.

Plus, check out our interviews with these campus-led associations:

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