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Community of Practice: Anti-Racist Teaching for Health Education

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About the project

The Community of Practice (CoP) engages educators who focus on Black health and utilize anti-racist pedagogy. The CoP brings together educators in health disciplines within Canada who are actively engaged in teaching and addressing anti-Black racism within health curricula and practice. In recognition that anti-Black racism continues to be pervasive within health education, we see a need to create a community of practice to connect educators across the nation and build capacity and networks amongst those doing this critical work.

This is a space for members to co-create, collaborate, share, and leverage tools and knowledge that further actions and prioritizes disrupting and addressing anti-Black racism within health programs. Collectively, we will strategize on solving pervasive issues that limit institutional engagement with anti-Black racism within health and health care.

Project Lead

Co-Lead, Dr. Delia Douglas

Director, Office of Anti-Racism, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba

Adjunct Faculty, Department of Sociology and Criminology, University of Manitoba

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