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Anti-Racist Resources

How to be an Anti-Racist

Anti-Racism

“The active process of naming and confronting racism by changing systems, organizational structures, policies and practices and attitudes, so that power is redistributed and shared equitably.”  

— AAMC Anti-racism Resources

This guide is intended to be an introduction to anti-racist resources and includes resources that are freely available on the internet, licensed content for UVA affiliates, and other scholarly content from the biomedical literature.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of resources and will be routinely updated.  If you have suggestions for content or feedback on this guide, please email br5n@virginia.edu.  

Racism and Bias

Seeking and speaking truth about racism starts with having candid conversations about race
AAMC article in which Harvard social psychologist Robert Livingston, PhD, offers a way forward for institutions and individuals to begin to address racial equity. [Source]


Addressing and Eliminating Racism at the AAMC and Beyond
AAMC Framework for Addressing and Eliminating Racism at the AAMC, in Academic Medicine, and Beyond [Source]


Naming Racism
This program presented as part of the Presidential Initiative on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, explores how to dismantle the system of racism and create a system for all people to thrive.  [Source]


How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them

 

 

 

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