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Patrick Remington, University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Medicine & Public HealthAssociate Dean for Public Health and Professor of Population Health Sciences

Anti-Racism Toolkit

Overview

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.

Toolkit Structure


I. Curricula

A. Curriculum on Structural Causes of Racism and Inequity [link]

B. Teaching Cultural Competence [link]

C. Addressing Privilege [link]

II. Interventions

A. General Interventions [link]

B. Interventions in Academia [link]

1. Assuring Diverse Student Success

2. Compositional Diversity

3. Institutional Climate

III. Literature Articles

A. Health Inequities Literature [link]

1. Health Status Inequities

2. Healthcare Access Inequities

3. Healthcare Quality Inequities

B. Interpersonal Racism Literature [link]

1. Implicit Bias

2. Health Effects of Interpersonal Racism and Discrimination

C. Structural Racism Literature [link]

1. Descriptions & Definitions

2. Historical Frameworks

3. Science and Racism

4. Denial of Opportunity

IV. Websites

A. Resources [link]

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