stat Teaching medical students to challenge 'unscientific' racial categories Dr. Cunningham speaks of the racial stereotypes in medicine that are continuously delivered and poorly addressed in medical school curricula.
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NYT Has Your Student Experienced Racism in High School? Read commentaries from parents and students describing their stories of racism and microaggresions in high school.
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NPR Remembering Anaracha, Lucy and Betsey: The Mothers of Modern Gynecology A discussion on the enslaved women experimented on at the birth of modern gynecology and how some of the bias they experience still occur today in medicine.
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HuffPost-social-icon-00-default I Thought My Ivy League Degrees Would Protect Me From Bigotry. I Was Wrong. Dr. Saadi shares her struggle with racist and stereotypical comments from patients and other healthcare professionals, despite clearly haven proven herself as extraordinarily capable in her work.
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NYT Meet the New Student Activists Seven undergraduate students share their personal stories and perspectives on racism.
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SalonDotCom I hated not being white: The lies I told just to fit in haunt me still Medical student Tom Phan shares his struggle with racism as an Asian-American, beginning with his name change from "Tung" to "Tom" and his childhood desire to "fit-in" to the white culture.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 27, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /
New York Times Murder Isn't Black or White Jeanine Cummins argues that we need to engage in the discussion about racism and be part of the solution while simultaneously acknowledging that not everything that seems to be about race necessarily is.
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logo-toast-home What Goes Through Your Mind: On Nice Parties and Casual Racism Nicole Jung, Managing Editor of the Toast, shares a personal story that reveals not only the hurt that stems from microaggressive racist comments, but also the awkward and unsure way to navigate a reaction.
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HuffPost-social-icon-00-default Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person Instead of using the term “white privilege,” Gina Crosley-Corcoran encourages the term “intersectionality,” remarking that one may be privileged in some ways but not in others.
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