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“So… What’s next?”

by INEZ This question used to bounce off the corners of my mind as I struggled to make sense why the things I had just presented were never enough. Or. Why did people always want to know what you’ve got cooking? I’m sure people are just excited to see things pick up for me, but […]

Do you see color yet?

Last week I was tired angry tired exhausted angry sad inconsolable grieving tired tired tired angry anger. Last week, last year, last night. It doesn’t matter. Tired. Angry. And somehow still optimistic. Freedom isn’t off the table.

Camp Sherman Nurses

On Being Black During 3 Pandemics

Informational Resources and Articles “There Wasn’t a Lot of Comforts in Those Days:” African Americans, Public Health, and the 1918 Influenza Epidemic by, Vanessa Northington Gamble, MD, PhD AAMC Black and African American Physicians Workforce Insights “COVID-19 Isn’t the First Pandemic to Affect Minority Populations Differently. Here’s What We Can Learn From the 1918 Flu” […]

Resources on “White Culture”

The following resources are being made available to assist folks working in higher education with programming on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. This page will be updated periodically.

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