Community Conversation: Processing anti-Asian racism

March 18, 2021  //  FOUND IN: Strategy & Leadership

Michigan Medicine would like to express its deepest condolences to all who are impacted by the recent display of hatred and violence. 

The organization stands in alignment with the university and president Mark Schlissel and continues to take a stand against hate, violence, xenophobia and racism. U-M Chief Diversity Officer Rob Sellers has also posted a statement.

“In light of the tragic vicious mass shooting that took place earlier this week in Atlanta, and the widespread increase in violence against Asian and Asian Americans nationwide, it is imperative that we stand in solidarity and support our Asian and Asian-American community members who work, learn and heal here at Michigan Medicine,” said David J. Brown, M.D., associate vice president and associate dean for health equity and inclusion.

Please join the Office for Health Equity and Inclusion at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23 for a Community Conversation centered on the theme of “Processing Anti-Asian Racism.”

Community Conversations are open to all at Michigan Medicine, and are safe spaces for faculty, staff and students to come together weekly to engage on meaningful ways to increase belonging at Michigan Medicine.

To join please use the meeting information below:

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