The Macy Foundation: Improving Equity Through Nursing: Honoring Black History Month with Drs. Coretta Jenerette and Danica Fulbright Sumpter

PSU's The Frederick Douglass Project with Keith David
Emmy Award-winning actor Keith David channeled Douglass in a speech delivered at the National Convention of Colored Men in Louisville, Kentucky, on Sept. 24, 1883. The convention, almost 20 years after the end of the Civil War, was controversial. White and Black leaders debated its necessity, optics and the chance of vote interference. Douglass’ speech defined the need for the convention by explaining the urgency for Black communities to secure full voting rights, fair and equal treatment, and the demand to be considered American.

TEDCity2.0: Joshunda Sanders
The daughter of a mentally ill mother who often struggled on the streets, Joshunda Sanders tells a story that mirrors so many that go untold

RWJF Culture of Health Resource Blog
The bold voices featured on this reading list offer empowering perspectives on advancing racial justice and health equity.

Achieving Racial and Ethnic Equity in U.S. Health Care: A Scorecard of State Performance 

CHBS Visiting Scholar: Dr. Sacoby Wilson
“Bending the Arc to Environmental, Climate, and Racial Justice: The Role of Community Science.”
View the virtual presentation on YouTube

Check Out the AACN Diversity Toolkit
Link (PDF)

VIDEO: A New Wave of Asian American Creatives Discuss the Necessity of Exploring Identity (from The New Yorker)

VIDEO: Operation F.L.O.W. Nurse Panel Dr. Ernest Grant, Dr. Bimbola Akintade, Dr. Vivienne Pierce McDaniel

VIDEO: JMU Civic’s Antiracism and Social Justice:
Ending systemic racism & creating an inclusive society

VIDEO: What it Takes to be Racially Literate

Glossary of Racial Equity Terms

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