Celebrating Black History Month, the USC Emeriti Center and USC University Club had introduced a moderated conversation with an Emerita professor/USC administrator, a USC staff… Read More »USC Black Women Leaders: An Intergenerational Conversation
Celebrating Black History Month, the USC Emeriti Center and USC University Club invite you to join us for a moderated conversation with an Emerita professor/USC… Read More »USC Black Women Leaders: An Intergenerational Conversation
Since March 17, 2020, the USC Emeriti Center began hosting weekly intergenerational zoom learning sessions. This is our attempt to keep USC retirees, current staff,… Read More »Emeriti Center Hosts Intergenerational Discussions & Learning Sessions
The Black Lives Matter Movement and Intergenerational Activism with “Justice in June” creators, USC alum Autumn Gupta & Bryanna Wallace
George Floyd’s death was the tipping point for the Black community and the many activists involved in the Black Lives Matter movement. There would no longer be silence. In wanting to help combat the racial injustice and systemic oppression evident in our country, Autumn Gupta, a USC Dornsife graduate, and Bryanna Wallace, a USC Marshall School graduate, decided to put their own knowledge and experiences into action, creating “Justice in June”, a comprehensive website with anti-racism resources and more.