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Black Health Matters

Black Health Matters

The Community Health Association of Mississippi, in partnership with Dr. Robert Smith, an unsung hero and healthcare champion for minority populations for more than 50 years, launched the REPAAIR (Realizing Equity by Preparing Ambassadors to Address Institutional Racism) Initiative to tackle these issues head-on.Learn more about their innovative and inspiring efforts.

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CHC Fight for Good During COVID

CHC Fight for Good During COVID

Watch “Fight for Good”, a documentary about both the miracle of the modern healthcare system and its enduring challenges with implicit bias and systemic racism, follows the heartfelt stories of an executive at the Community Health Center of Buffalo and two physicians, all women of color as they give voice to their common humanity, including deeply held and rarely spoken fears of personal vulnerability and loss.

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🎥  Color blind or color brave – Mellody Hobson

🎥  The geography of inequality – Kevin Ehrman-Solberg

🎥  Lucky Zipcodes – Amy Hunter

🎥  The problem with race-based medicine – Dorothy Roberts

🎥  An interview with the founders of Black Lives Matter – Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, Opal Tometi, Mia Birdsong

🎥  How to deconstruct racism, one headline at a time – Baratunde Thurston

📰 How to Be Less Stupid About Race – Crystal Marie Fleming 

📰 The Urgency of Intersectionality Ted Talk – Kimberlé Crenshaw 

📰 The Unbearable Grief of Black Mothers” – A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez 

📰 “George Floyd’s Mother was not there but he used her as a Sacred Invocation”  – Lonnae O’Neal 

📰 The Plug – Sherrell Dorsey 

📰 “Dear White People: Here are 10 Actions You can take to Promote Racial Justice in the Workplace”  – Dana Brownlee 

📰 How to Be a Good American – Dana Brownlee 

📰 CNN’s Omar Jimenez Could Have Been Me — Or Any of My Black Colleagues – Jada Gomez 

📰 What We Should Have Learned From the L.A. Riots – Erik Parker 

📰 How to Make This Moment the Turning Point for Real Change – Barack Obama 

📰 Maintaining Professionalism in the Age of Black Death Is… A Lot – Shenequa Golding 

📰 How White Women Can Use Their Privilege to End Racism – Tikia K. Hamilton, PhD 

📰 My Dad Warned Me About the Myth of Racial Progress — He Was Right – Drew Costley 

📰 We Won’t Let This Moment Be a Trend – Vanessa K. De Luca 

📰 Office Allies Can’t Undo Yet Another Black Murder – The Only Black Guy In the Office 

📰 There’s No Such Thing as a Pretty Protest – Tirhakah Love 

📚 Me & White Supremacy – Layla Saad 

📚 How to Be An Anti-Racist – Ibram X. Kendi

📚 So You Want to Talk About Race? – Ijeoma Oluo

📚 I’m Still Here – Austin Channing Brown

📚 Women, Race & Class – Angela Davis

📚  Equality: Courageous Conversations about Women, Men and Race to Spark a Diversity and Inclusion Breakthrough – Trudy Bourgeois

📚 
White Fragility – Robin DiAngelo

📚 Inner Work of Racial Justice – Rhonda Magee

📚 Racial Justice and Antiracism Book List – Des Moines Public Library

📚 Caste: Origins of Our Discontent – Isabel Wilkerson

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Beyond “Happy Holidays”: Religious Inclusivity in the Workplace

Beyond “Happy Holidays”: Religious Inclusivity in the Workplace

Religion can feel like a forbidden topic in the workplace, but it’s an important aspect of who we are and how we relate to each other. There are many ways that we can incorporate conversations about religion into our workplaces to help us connect more authentically, build belonging, and set a strong foundation for working together. As we get into the practice of expanding our awareness of religious and cultural practices, we can change our attitudes and take action to create workplaces that are inclusive of people of all religious backgrounds.

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Reimagining Professionalism

Reimagining Professionalism

In this article, we draw from early American history, contemporary social movements, and the Coronavirus global pandemic to showcase the concept of a Personal Work Standard (PWS) as a liberated notion of professionalism where all employees can belong, matter, and be safe in their work.

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