APTR Announces New Anti-Racism Toolkit
Monday, April 17, 2017
The APTR anti-racism toolkit is designed to assist health professional faculty address and seek to reduce the effects of racism in our society through their professional work: as teachers, as clinical and public health practitioners, as researchers, as members of a university community, and as members of a society that is still deeply affected by and afflicted by racism. The toolkit is structured as a internet-based tool, with resources available in a variety of domains. Each webpage within the toolkit either provides access to a set of folders, or provides direct access to a set or resources: websites, files, or links to important readings.
A. Curriculum on Structural Causes of Racism and Inequity
B. Teaching Cultural Competence
C. Addressing Privilege
A. General Interventions
B. Interventions in Academia
III. Literature Articles
A. Health Inequities Literature
B. Interpersonal Racism Literature
C. Structural Racism Literature
The anti-racism toolkit can be found on the APTR website under Initiatives >> Policy Statements >> Anti-Racism Toolkit and under the Resources tab.