Dr. Katheryn Russell-Brown
The CSRRR is committed to de-stigmatizing race.
With the objective of fostering communities of dialogue, the Center embraces historically and empirically based thinking, talking, teaching, and writing on race.
To this end, the Center creates and supports programs designed to enhance race-related curriculum development for faculty, staff and students in collegiate and professional schools. Of the five U.S. law schools with race centers, the CSRRR is uniquely focused on curriculum development.
The Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations (CSRRR) is an academic research and resource center. The Center’s mission will be met through the work of various groups engaged in a wide range of activities. This work includes:
- Producing, supporting, and highlighting race-related scholarship within and beyond the UF community
- Gathering, analyzing, and sharing historical and contemporary knowledge about race and race relations
- Developing and supporting, through teaching, research, writing, and workshops, race-related curricula for collegiate and professional schools
- Fostering non-stigmatizing ways of discussing issues of race and ethnicity, including African Americans, Latino/as, American Indians, Asian Americans, and Whites
Please join us in our efforts to identify and address the many difficult but important race-related issues. We look forward to working with you. We welcome your questions and comments at email@example.com.