Impacting Racial Injustices

Information and resources for the UTSA community on personal and institutional approaches to standing up against racial inequities within multiple spheres of influence.

As a multicultural university committed to inclusive excellence, we can help our nation move forward.” - President Taylor Eighmy

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June 17, 2020 - Message from President Taylor Eighmy

Update on equity and racial injustice action steps

The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks and so many other Black Americans—together with the pandemic’s amplification of racial disparities—have made it clear that we have much to learn about the impact of systemic racism and much to do to achieve an equitable, just society for all. 
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June 2, 2020 - Message from President Taylor Eighmy

Standing together in the fight for justice

The recent incidents of racism, violence and senseless killings of Black citizens in our country are a stark reminder of how we must rid deeply-rooted bigotry and injustices from our society. 
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utsa downtown campus imageMay 30, 2020 - UTSA Today

UTSA leaders condemn acts of racial violence, call for social justice

Leaders of The University of Texas at San Antonio, an institution that embraces its diversity and thrives in an environment of inclusiveness, today condemned the racial violence that continues to plague the country, most recently witnessed in the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. Read more »