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Students celebrate, share perspectives for Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month
“Read Q&A profiles of four Doctor of Medicine program students focused on what Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month means to them and what projects are exciting them most.”
Do no unconscious harm: Researchers are finding new ways to mitigate implicit bias in health care providers
This 2023 Science article by Rodrigo Pérez Ortega discusses implicit biases in healthcare, and how researchers are attempting to mitigate this issue.
Check out UW-Madison’s events for Black History Month (2023)!
This month’s theme, Black Arts: Multiple Mediums, One Story, advocates for celebrating the art that Black people have created throughout the years. Whether it’s through performing arts, painting, or quilting — it’s all about bringing …
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Diversity Events at UW-Madison
- June 2023
- June 16¡Yo Quiero Dinero! Telling Our Stories Event!6:00 PM, My Arts Building (1055 E. Mifflin St.)
- August 2023
- August 31
- March 2024
- March 8
Below are some popular media websites dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Madison Magazine and News 3 Now: Black Lives Matter
This site features “Madison Magazine and News 3 Now articles from recent years to spotlight Madison-area Black businesses and people along with features related to racial justice, inequity and the Black Lives Matter movement.” — Description taken from Madison Magazine.
UW-Madison Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement Newsletter
UW-Madison News on Native Nations
UW-Madison News on Diversity
This link retrieves all UW Madison News stories containing the subject tag, “Diversity.”
Atlantic Black Star
Atlantic Black Star is a a narrative company with the purpose to “publish empowering narratives for all people of African descent and everyone who adheres to our culture.” –Description from Atlantic Black Star
Blavity is an American Internet media company and website created by and for black millennials. Their mission is to “economically and creatively support Black millennials across the African diaspora, so they can pursue the work they love, and change the world in the process.” –Description from Wikipedia
Ebony is a magazine committed to “showcasing the best and brightest as well as highlighting disparities in Black life” — Description from Ebony.
A part of HuffPost, HuffPost Black Voices is an American news aggregator and blog that contains news and opinions on black lives, culture, and entertainment. –Description from HuffPost
This Chronicle of Higher Education newsletter addresses “what national conversations about racial equity and inclusion mean for you and your institution. Delivered on Tuesdays.” –Description from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
“WELL FOR CULTURE is is a grassroots initiative which aims to reclaim and revitalize Indigenous health and wellness. We study and implement the lifestyle teachings of our ancestors, meanwhile incorporating new information to contribute to this ancient and ongoing chain of knowledge. Indigenous culture has always been dynamic, and wellness is an inherent aspect.” –Description from Well for Culture