Structural Racism and Social Justice Webinar Series

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

Meeta Shah, MD

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Garth Walker, MD

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Derek Robinson, MD, MBA, FACEP

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Congressman Bobby Rush

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  • 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


Recording of Webinar 3 now available!

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

  • 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

Resources from presenters:

Karriem S. Watson, DHSc, MS, MPH

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Marina Del Rios, MD, MS

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Abdullah Pratt, MD

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Recording of Webinar 2 now available, including resources introduced by Dr. Ansell and Dr. Schnarr!

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

Featuring:

  • 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

Resources from the presenters:

David Ansell, MD, MPH

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Sean Schnarr, MD

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

Structural Racism as a Public Health Crisis

Featuring:

  • 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

Ameera Haamid,
MD

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Linda Rae Murray,
MD, MPH, FACP

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Rashid Kysia,
MD, MPH, MS

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