Council for Racial & Social Justice

The Council for Racial & Social Justice is dedicated to promoting and supporting anti-racism & social justice in the CSU and at CFA. The Council is committed to protecting faculty from discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, or veteran status. The Council’s responsibilities include being vigilant, assuming leadership, organizing, and taking action to ensure CSU and CFA goals’ toward the promotion of racially and socially just practices.

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African American Caucus

Asian Pacific Islander Desi Americans Caucus

Chicanx/Latinx Caucus

Disability Caucus

LGBTQIA+ Caucus

Native American and Indigenous Peoples Caucus

Teacher Education Caucus

Women’s Caucus

“Nothing about us without us is for us.”

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“E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G — is connected. The soil needs rain, organic matter, air, worms and life in order to do what it needs to do to give and receive life. Each element is an essential component. “Organizing takes humility and selflessness and patience and rhythm while our ultimate goal of liberation will take many expert components. Some of us build and fight for land, healthy bodies, healthy relationships, clean air, water, homes, safety, dignity, and humanizing education. Others of us fight for food and political prisoners and abolition and environmental justice. Our work is intersectional and multifaceted. Nature teaches us that our work has to be nuanced and steadfast. And more than anything, that we need each other—at our highest natural glory—in order to get free.”

Adrienne Maree Brown, Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds

Meet the Team

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Sharon Elise

CFA Associate Vice President, Racial & Social Justice, South
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Chris Cox

CFA Associate Vice President, Racial & Social Justice, North
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Audrena Redmond

Director of Programs for Anti-Racism & Social Justice

“Every society needs educated people, but the primary responsibility of educated people is to bring wisdom back into the community and make it available to others so that the lives they are leading make sense.”

Vine Deloria Jr.

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