Terrence Floyd, social activist and the brother of George Floyd, will be the keynote speaker at Cal State San Bernardino’s Social Justice Summit set for Thursday, March 2.

Hosted by the CSUSB Office of Student Leadership and Engagement, the summit will be held 4-6 p.m. in the Santos Manuel Student Union North Conference Center C and D. The event, which includes dinner, is open to all currently enrolled CSUSB students and one guest. The guest must be pre-registered by the student via RSVP and be present with the student at check-in. RSVP at Coyote Connection.

Students may also join on Zoom with password 892422. Students must be signed into their CSUSB Zoom account to enter.  

Since his brother’s death, Terrence Floyd, who is the founder of the We Are Floyd Foundation and a board member of the George Floyd Memorial Foundation, has served as a tireless community leader and grassroots organizer, sharing a message of unity, equality, criminal justice reform, and civil and human rights.

George Floyd died while in the custody of four Minneapolis, Minn., police officers on May 25, 2020. A video of the incident posted on social media led to widespread protests, the firing of four police officers, the arrest and conviction of one officer on a second-degree murder and related charges, and the other three on charges of aiding and abetting second-degree murder.

If you are interested in submitting a question for Floyd, please complete the Social Justice Summit 2023 Question Submission form.  

For any questions or accommodations, please contact the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement at osleinfo@csusb.edu.