- USC Center for Work and Family Life: M-F from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., call 213-821-0800, and an appointment will be scheduled with a CWFL counselor. After hours for urgent matters, call 213-590-8045.
- USC Center for Urban Education (CUE) Equity-mindedness
- USC Health and Wellness — Student Counseling Services: Available 24/7 for emergencies at 213-740-7711
- USC LGBT Resource Center
- USC Office of Equity, Equal Opportunity and Title IX: Its mission is to eliminate discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; advance equal opportunity and inclusion; and execute anti-discrimination enforcement and compliance functions related to sex, race, national origin, disability, age, religion, and other protected characteristics. EEO-TIX also supports and centralizes ongoing prevention, education, and training efforts to promote and protect the civil rights of community members across the University.
- USC Office of Professionalism and Ethics: A centralized clearinghouse for protected and non-protected class complaints
- USC Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services: Call 213-740-4900
- The Haven at USC: On-campus care and support for USC students struggling with mental health and substance use disorders; Alcoholics Anonymous
- USC Undergraduate Student Government BLM Resource List
- COVID and Mental Health for USC insurance holders
- Justice in June: A Self-Guide Study and Community Engagement Challenge (Daily Readings/Action Steps on how to be an Ally and educate oneself on systemic racism/injustices)
- Racial Trauma – UC Davis
- Talking About Race – National Museum of African American History & Culture
- We See You, White American Theater
Race, ethnicity and culture
To avoid furthering marginalization on campus and in the local community
- Senators urge anti-bias police training over mask fears
- ‘Conjures Up Every Racial Stereotype.’ For Black Men, Homemade Masks May Be a Risk All Their Own
- We are not COVID-19: Asian Americans speak out on racism
Holding accountability, educating our community against bias and discrimination:
- How can employers stop discrimination during the coronavirus pandemic?
- Protecting Asian American and Pacific Islander Working People
- Considerations for Reopening Institutions of Higher Education in the COVID-19 Era
- Want to Reach All of Your Students? Here’s How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive Teaching More Inclusive Guide