Resources are available from the University of Florida and the College of Pharmacy to advance ideas and promote diversity and inclusion activities across campus.
The LGBTQ+ Allies Subcommittee creates and sustains a forum for college-level dialogue on issues directly related to the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and non-binary members of the community and their allies at the College of Pharmacy.
The David and Wanda Brown Center for Leadership and Service provides the structure and resources to prepare students to become productive citizens and assume roles of leadership and service in a culturally diverse and increasingly complex society.
A unique social justice education program that uses peer-to-peer facilitation and intergroup dialogue to engage students in conversations about identity and social justice.
Undocupeers is a training based on United We Dreamu2019s Undocupeers Initiative and tailored for the University of Florida by Multicultural and Diversity Affairs in collaboration Chispas.
It’s services, programs, and support structures are built with intentional breadth and depth, designed to support our changing student population.
The Black Graduate Student Organization serves to provide black/African-American students with important social, cultural, academic and professional development opportunities.
The mission of the Black Womenu2019s Image Initiative is to provide a network for young black women at the University of Florida, where they can uplift and learn from each other and develop a healthy self-image, while striving toward academic and professional success.
General resources for the LGBT community at the University of Florida.
Microaggression Management in the Experiential Setting – What, Why, and How: An article authored by Emily Bennett, Cameron Humerickhouse, Briana Williams and John Allen.
Assembled is a list of anti-racism resources to provide a deeper understanding of racism and better prepare people to live and work together in a diverse world.
Presented by the UF College of Pharmacy LGBTQ+ and Allies Sub-Committee