The Black Heritage Month Gala
50th Anniversary of the Black Caucus (1968-2018)
Social Events
Monthly Membership Meetings
Annual Black Heritage Month Gala
Day at the Races
Spring Social
Black Eatz
The Color Purple (Theater Production)

Welcome to the Black Caucus

The Black Caucus was founded in 1968 from the direct action of UCSF staff who advocated for change.

 

Our mission:

The Black Caucus is a forum open to all Black-identified individuals and allies on this campus. Here they may openly express themselves regarding matters of race as they affect life on the campus and in the community. The Black Caucus serves as an instrument for the formation of a Black consensus on those racial matters that affect every person on this campus. This consensus will then be presented to the Administration for appropriate action.

 

Get Involved

 
How do I join the Black Caucus?

 

Register for the Black Caucus via MyAccess: Group Portal (Campus Groups) to ensure our active UCSF roster is current:

  • Log into MyAccess
  • Select Group Portal from the application list
  • Search for Black Caucus
  • Complete registration steps to register as a member
Attend our monthly meetings

First or second Monday of the month, noon-1 p.m. via Zoom. Next meeting: Sept. 14, 2020

(calendar invite with link, info and password is distributed via listserv a week before the meeting)

 
How do I add my email to the Black Caucus listserv?

Click here to subscribe to the Black Caucus listserv

 

History of the UCSF Black Caucus Part I
History of the UCSF Black Caucus Part II

In response to recent events, the Black Caucus has issued

a collective Statement on Anti-Black Racism and Police Violence

 

 

In line with our statement, Chancellor Sam Hawgood

and members of the Chancellor's Cabinet have created

UCSF's Anti-racism Initiative