Statements on Policing and Anti-Black Racism
- May 2021 Updated Statement to the University of California, Riverside Leadership and Community
- UCR Anthropology Statement on October 1 Teach-In Against Anti-Blackness
- July 2020 Statement to the University of California, Riverside Leadership and Community
- Department Response to Unethical Possession and Handling of the Remains of MOVE Children
UCR Anthropology shares the collective outrage at the treatment of the remains of the people killed during the bombing of MOVE in Philadelphia on May 13, 1985. We endorse our colleagues' statements and calls for action presented below:
Concerning the Possession and Unethical Use of the Remains of the Children of MOVE and the Africa Family: A Collective Statement from the Association of Black Anthropologists (ABA), the Society of Black Archaeologists (SBA), and the Black in Bioanthropology Collective (BiBA)
We have also issued our own Statement Concerning Our Human Osteological Collections.