Resources for Education

All Angles – Love Your Enemies

Join us for the next event in the University of Pittsburgh's All Angles series, an immersive experience that features expert speakers with perspectives across today’s political spectrum. The series will provide students with fresh insight into today’s critical societal issues and help them develop a deeper understanding of contemporary public policy subject matter.

When: Thursday, September 22nd

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Where: Alumni Hall, J. W. Connelly Ballroom
4227 Fifth Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15260


Speakers: Dr. Arthur C. Brooks, Harvard Professor; Bestselling Author; and The Atlantic Columnist

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*Food will be provided at the event.

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University of Pittsburgh's Anti-Racism Resource Toolkit

Pitt's Division of Student Affairs stands in soldiarity with our Black-identifying students and students of color and against systemic racism, police brutality, and injustice in any form. As part of our commitment to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all students, we are educating ourselves on the history of race in the United States of America, learning best practices in how to hold conversations about racism, and taking immediate, actionable steps toward change. 

The above toolkit is designed to meet you where you are. Some content is specifically aimed toward our Student Affairs staff, and some content is offered for our students. Some content addresses the concerns and trauma of Black-identifying students and staff, and some content addresses the concerns of White students and staff. Some of us are deep into the conversation about social justice, and some of us are just learning about these concepts. Wherever you are--start where you are today.