Black and African American Resources

"To the University of Pittsburgh’s African American students, faculty, staff and alumni: We stand with you in demanding better and are committed to working with you to make meaningful changes." - Chancellor Patrick Gallagher

Black Lives in Focus

The work of a university is to explore rich, complex questions. Black Lives in Focus is a University-wide initiative that offers the opportunity to explore one such question — What do we learn when Black life is in focus? — while amplifying and showcasing Black lives and Black voices.

Blue, Gold, and Black Digital Archive

The Blue, Gold and Black Digital Archive is a collaboration between the University of Pittsburgh Library System and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to collect and share materials that reflect the incredible variety of experiences and memories of Black students, faculty, and staff at Pitt.

Advancing Institutional Antiracism

Antiracism is about going beyond an awareness of racism to the next step of contributing to the formation of a truly just and equitable society. To better understand antiracism and how to become antiracist, explore these selected education, initiatives, programs, and resources focused on antiracism that are available to the Pitt community.

University Resources

Additional resources devoted to understanding and improving the experience of Black and African American community members at the University of Pittsburgh.