Resources and Tools


The diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and justice (DEIBJ) material below are from various UC Berkeley and University of California (UC) resources.

Digital Assets

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Definitions and Terms

The UC Berkeley Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement continue developing a list of definitions and terms for campus users.

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Disability Access & Compliance

Find university-sponsored programs and services equally accessible to people with disabilities. This includes digital and in-person campus resources and services. Learn more at the UC Berkeley DAC website.

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Find books, articles, documentaries, podcasts, conferences, performances and related topics at the UC Berkeley Diversity website.

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Our partners at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) have created a pronouns resources page on why, how, where and when we use pronouns. Read more at UCSF Pronouns Matter.

Learning and Training

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Berkeley Equity Training Series

Brought to you by UC Berkeley's People & Culture (P&C), this program helps staff and managers become more culturally fluent and racially literate. Read about Berkeley Equity Training Series.

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UC Managing Implicit Bias Series

This UC Learning six-course online training series increases awareness of implicit bias and reduce its impact at the University for all employees. Visit UCnet to learn more.

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BPM Part 2: Grow Your Knowledge

An in-person workshop for managers, supervisors and team leads to grow in people management and leading others. This program includes a variety of DEIBJ-related topics. Learn more at People & Culture

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Search and Find

You can search on UC Berkeley's main website or any search engine for specific keywords such as "UC Berkeley accessibility", UC Berkeley pronouns, "UC Berkeley microaggressions", "UC Berkeley unconscious bias" or "UC Berkeley inclusion".

You will find a wide range of UC Berkeley campus departments and UC-wide DEIBJ material you can add to your everyday toolkit.

UDAR Community Groups

Asian/Asian-American (AM) Space

Our monthly gathering is for staff who identify as Asian or Asian-American to meet with others, build communityand have a safe space to discuss experiences. We meet every second Friday of each month from noon to 12:45 p.m. via Zoom.

Contact Geraldine Ah-Sue at

Parents of Young Children

We intend to have an open, engaging, and hopefully entertaining space where we can come together to talk about the joys and challenges of simultaneously working and parenting little ones. Anyone with children under the age of five (pre-kindergarten), and we welcome expecting parents! We hold monthly meetings via Zoom, with a possible second meeting in person in Golden Bear or for coffee/tea somewhere in Berkeley.

Contact Sylvia Bierhuis at

The Green Team

The Green Team is an initiative in partnership with the Office of Sustainability and Energy to foster a more sustainable department. Using the framework for Green Department Certification, the team works on addressing sustainability within areas such as energy, waste, purchasing, and consumer behavior.

Contact Abbey Myszka at

JUDAR – Jewish Affinity Group

Our monthly meeting is open to anyone with any connection to Judaism. We can connect with each other, learn about Jewish culture and traditions, discuss current events, and otherwise, celebrate and discover the rich diversity of Jewish history, faith and people.

Contact Rachel Humphrey at or Stefanie Kalem at

Crafty @ Cal

We welcome all crafty colleagues. Please join us (virtually) for a brown bag lunch and bring your knitting, crochet, coloring or any other craft project. We meet every other month on the fourth Monday at noon. Reach out to be added to the calendar invitation.                                                            

Contact Abbey Myszka at