Structural Racism and Social Justice Webinar Series

Registration open now for the 2nd webinar in the series!

Privilege and Implicit Bias: How to Recognize Our Role to Break These Habits

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
12:00 – 1:30 PM

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  • Dr. David Ansell, examining privilege and its impact on structural racism and social justice
  • Dr. Sean Schnarr, discussing Implicit bias, the research behind it and how it works

After you register, please watch a short YouTube video in advance of the webinar:

David Ansell, MD, MPH

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Sean Schnarr, MD

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This program is the second in the series presented by ICEP’s Social EM Committee focused on structural racism and social justice issues. The webinars will be held via Zoom and are free and open to all. The webinar will start with 60 minutes of presentations and conclude with 30 minutes of Q & A. Questions will be submitted to ICEP moderators in the Zoom Chat feature.

Upcoming Webinars

Allyship in  Structural Racism:
How to Become a Part of the Solution

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
12:00 – 1:30 PM

  • Dr. Karriem Watson, on community-based research in allyship
  • Dr. Marina Del Rios, on physician allies and social capital in allyship
  • Dr. Abdullah Pratt, on community allyship at the interpersonal level

Register for October 7 Webinar

Advocacy in Structural Racism:
How to Become a Part of the Solution

Thursday, October 22, 2020
12:00 – 1:30 PM

  • Dr. Meeta Shah, on structuring an effective advocacy-focused OpEd
  • Dr. Garth Walker, on tips for physician-led advocacy
  • Dr. Derek Robinson, on legislative and structural-based advocacy
  • Congressman Bobby Rush, on civil rights activism as an elected leader

Register for October 22 Webinar

Donations Welcome
Please consider making a donation to support this webinar series. Your contribution supports continued work in the important area of social justice. We look forward to bringing you more content.

Note that any donations made to ICEP, a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization, do not qualify as tax-deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes.


Recording of Webinar 1 now available! Presentation PDFs to be added shortly

Structural Racism as a Public Health Crisis


  • Dr. Ameera Haamid, examining covert and overt racism
  • Dr. Linda Rae Murray, sharing examples of racism in medicine
  • Dr. Rashid Kysia, exploring the impact of race on structural determinants of health

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