This is is a technique of centering/raising voices of minoritized people in conversation by prioritizing their questions and comments over that of non-minoritized people.
If you do not identify as BIPOC, please do not use an asterisk.
In our first Summer Reading Series, we discussed the book Body and Soul: The Black Panther Party and the Fight Against Medical Discrimination by Alondra Nelson, over the course of three sessions. Discussion Questions.
Reading & Discussion Questions - at this meeting we read a scholarly article focusing on issues with data collection for the Asian diaspora in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Reading & Discussion Questions - at this meeting we all read the same reading, a scholarly article regarding dismantling institutional racism.
Reading & Discussion Questions - at this meeting we all read the same reading, a scholarly article regarding the broad topic of racism and health care.
Readings & Discussion Questions - at this meeting we read different readings based on our discipline.
These readings and discussions will mention race-based harm and/or violence towards the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities.
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