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The University Health Center acknowledges the violence toward the Black community that has occurred, and recognizes that racism lives at the root of this violence. We stand in solidarity with our Black students, colleagues and community. We recognize that racism is reflected not just in physical violence, but also through inequities in health care, education and other resources. This racism drives racial inequities that impact every aspect of health, including the effects of COVID-19, chronic diseases and violence. At the University Health Center, we are dedicated to speaking out and condemning acts of racial violence and discrimination and looking to enact anti-racist policies and practices. We are committed to supporting our Black community through listening, providing equitable treatment, and aiding in healing.

As our colleagues with JMU Libraries state in A Pledge: Self-Examination and Concrete Action in the JMU Libraries, we are a predominantly white organization and it is likely that we will make mistakes as we try to live up to this pledge. When that happens, we will do the work to learn and rectify. We will apologize, examine our actions and embedded power structures, attempt to mitigate any harm caused by our actions, and we will do better.

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