The Center's community learning events for the 2021-2022 academic year seek to help us better understand the ways our racial differences and similarities impact our experience of teaching and learning at the Center.
As a Center, we are at the beginning of understanding how race and racism affect how we talk and listen to one another, how we supervise and receive supervision, how we relate to our classmates, colleagues, and students. It’s our hope that these community learning events will lead us toward our goal of creating a Center where all our members feel welcomed, valued, and at home.
We ask that all members of the Center community attend these events or view their recordings below.
Jessica Isom, MD MPH, What's in the Water: Navigating Interracial Contacts
Ruth Shim, MD MPH, Dismantling Structural Racism in Psychiatry: the Path towards Mental Health Equity, followed by an interview with Aerin Hyun, MD PhD
Piri Ackerman-Barger, PhD, RN, Bringing Equity to Education by Addressing Microaggressions.
Alex Pieterse PhD, Attending to Race in Clinical Supervision, Thursday, March 10th, 2022, 8PM