Anti-Racism Teach-In Series
- Campus Unit: Diversity Training and Education
This series of anti-racism teach-ins gathered experts on anti-racism from UMD and beyond, including students,
leaders, faculty and alums, as one action the UMD community could take as we learn to be anti-racist in the face of racism everywhere it occurs. It was created by our then-director of diversity training and education, Dr. Carlton E. Green, ODI's Timea Webster and Erin McClure from the School of Public Health. The series was co-sponsored by SPH and ODI along with UMD's Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. It was designed as part of the #UMDSolidarity anti-racism campaign and began in summer 2020, running through fall of 2021. Please watch the videos below and consider what role you can play in disrupting the cycle.
Panel on medical racism and COVID-19