Race + Equity + Wellbeing Fall 2022 Series

Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 12:00pm to 12:50pm

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Virtual Event

A catalyst for equitable change so all people can thrive.


We leverage the collective knowledge of faculty, staff, and students to advance our community’s understanding of, and ability to speak with each other about race, equity, and well-being.


We use our collective power and positionality to ensure that lived experiences at the intersection of race, equity, and wellbeing are central to any conversation about culture at USC.


We commit to leveraging our power and positionality to call for and engage in processes of assessment and change of policy and culture to advance equity and wellbeing.

About the Series

More than two thousand USC staff and faculty participated in the series that provided space to learn, connect, heal, and take action to support themselves and others. The Fall 2022 series will include community members working together to create a more inclusive and equitable USC.

Join experts from our USC community every other Tuesday starting October 18 and ending December 13, from 12-12:50pm. Expert panelists will gather to engage in topics of Race, Equity, and Wellbeing. Recording of each webinar will be available in the days following each session.

This series is a collaboration between HR, Equity, and Compliance, USC Office of Campus Wellbeing and Education, USC Culture Journey, and the Office of the Vice President and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. If you have any questions, please contact tlntdev@usc.edu

Series sessions: 10/18, 11/1, 11/15, 11/29, 12/13

The Tuesday following each webinar, the conversation will continue with Discussion Groups, also from 12:00-12:50pm. Led by trained facilitators, these important dialogues allow participants to engage with other staff and faculty. Reactions, stories, plans for action, and honest reflection are encouraged. Webinar attendance is NOT required for the discussion groups.

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