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Racial Discussion Resources

Hopkins affiliates wearing masks and standing in solidarity for Black lives.

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.

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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.

 

While it may appear that anti-Asian sentiments in our nation are new, they are not and have evolved due to structural racism dating back to the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. This was the first law restricting immigration into the United States due to race. Hundreds of South Asian and Filipino immigrants were brutalized and murdered in the early 1900s and following the bombing of Pearl Harbor during World War II over 120,000 Japanese Americans were placed in internment camps. This is a reminder to everyone of the importance of allyship for our colleagues of Asian and Pacific Island descent across JHM. JHM leadership and the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity are committed to listening, understanding, and implementing strategies to continue advancing and strengthening our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

 

 

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