Racial Discussion Resources
We recognize that we have a lot more work to do to bring about systemic culture change that will address structural racism within our own organization and enhance the work experience for all of our employees.
The JHM Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity (ODIHE) is committed to providing diversity, inclusion, health equity, and cultural competency training across Johns Hopkins Medicine and committed to listening, understanding and implementing strategies to advance and strengthen our commitment to diversity and inclusion. Below are lists of resources for your department/unit leadership and staff.
Guidelines for Facilitating Racial Dialogues Webinar
This is a compilation of webinars conducted by the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity, providing guidelines to managers and leadership on how to conduct racial discussions and listening sessions.
Q&A: Guidelines for Facilitating Racial Dialogues Webinar
This is a compilation of questions asked during the 5 "Guidelines for Facilitating Racial Dialogues" webinars held by the JHM Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity in July 2020.
- Context of the 2020 Civic Unrest
- Town Hall Racial Discussion Template
- Support Resources for Black Individuals and Communities
- 10 Steps to Non-Optical Allyship
- 400 Years of African-American History in Maryland
- Johns Hopkins Stands in Solidarity Against Racism and Inequity
- Tips for Managers in the Workplace
- Interrupting Bias: Calling Out vs. Calling In
- Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before Talking to Your Kids About Racism
- A Parent's Guide to Preventing and Responding to Prejudice
- "But Daddy, Why Was He Shot?": How to Talk to Children about Race
- Talking to Kids about Ahmaud
- I'm a White Mother of a Black Son and We All Need to Talk to Our Kids About Ahmaud Arbery
- White Parents: Here's How To (and How Not To) Talk to Your Kids About Racism
- A Conversation to Consider: Get Home Safely: 10 Rules of Survival
- Imani Perry | Breathe: A Letter to My Sons (Interview, Book Link, Article)
- WBUR.ORG Interview on The Importance of Addressing Race with Your Children
- How to Talk to Your Children about Protests and Racism
- Talking to Kids About Race
- Resources for Talking About Race, Racism and Racialized Violence with Kids
- 10 Ways to Start a Conversation About Race
- Harford County Public Library: Resources on Discussing Racism
- Addressing Structural Racism with Children
- The Cycle of a Dream
A Call to Action: Asian American Support/Resource Guide Cover (Asian/Pacific Islander Community)
- Video: 4 Steps to Help Stop Asian Hate
- A Timeline of What Has Happened since January 2021
- What Has the Asian/Pacific Islander Community Done?
- What Can You Do?
- AAPI Resources for Mental Health
- Counseling.org: Five Ways Counselors Can Help Asian American Clients
- Insight into Diversity: Op-Ed: Working in Solidarity to Address Anti-Asian Violence and Xenophobia
- Asian American Racism & Mental Health Resources (Parents, Students, Educators, Therapists, and Allies)
- How to Respond to Coronavirus Racism
- Responding to Hate: Information and Resources
- Safety Tips for Those Experiencing or Witnessing Hate
JHM Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity Fast Facts Definition Sheet
- Being invited to the dance.
- Being asked to dance.
- A practice of addressing the unique barriers that disadvantage a subset of the population because of their differences—providing transportation for those who do not have a ride to the dance.