Session Three: Moving toward an anti-racist workplace

November 10, 2020; 6:00 – 8:00 PM

While systemic racism has been part of American life for over 400 years, recent events have broadened awareness and heightened the urgency for change. More than an absence of discrimination, active anti-racism work is being demanded of us all. In this session we will be addressing what an anti-racist workplace can look like and the changes needed to achieve this, as well as what each of us can do, from our unique positions, to support and lead the change. 

Learning Objectives
  • Participants will understand the essential aspects of anti-racism work, why it is necessary, and ways to promote it in the workplace.

Michelle Guy, MD

Guest Speaker

Dr. Michelle Guy joined the UCSF faculty Division of General Internal Medicine as a Clinician Educator after completing her Chief Residency. Dr. Guy also serves as Director of Diversity for Graduate Medical Education. She works with the Office of Graduate Medical Education, trainees, faculty and staff to increase diversity and inclusion for all training programs at UCSF. As a Dean’s Diversity Leader for Differences Matter, she leads the group on faculty diversity and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Champion training that has trained over 1600 UCSF faculty and staff.

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