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8th Annual Summer Series: Anti-Racism and Transformation - The Work Ahead

 Dr. P. Amina Alio, PhD, Public Health Sciences "Understanding healthcare disparities in the context of racism"
• Accompanying small group: 8/19*

The Department of Psychiatry's 8th Annual Summer Series, held in partnership with the Department of Neurology and Department of Pediatrics. 

To capitalize on the current strides being made in the growing recognition of systemic, structural racism as our number one public health threat, this year’s series is designed to help University employees broaden their understanding of themselves in relation to racism with a focus on how to become an anti-racist activist. Through didactics and small group conversations, personal, programmatic, and institutional actions will be jump started throughout the summer months.

Presentation continue on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of July and August.

In addition to these biweekly presentations, small group exercises. will be held on the 1st and 3rd of July and August with exercises provided at the presentations the week prior. Space is limited for groups. ​

Wednesday, August 12 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Lectures and Talks, Medicine and Healthcare


Faculty, Students, Alumni, Staff, Health Care Professionals






Department of Psychiatry


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