About this Event
Academy Fall Meeting with Presidential Chair Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, MPH, PhD
How is Racism Operating Here? Using a case study of a faculty hire for a leadership position in a department at UCSF. The meeting will combine lecture and breakout discussions to reflect on the case scenario using several allegories and values targets for anti-racism action developed by Dr. Jones.
Recognize the impacts our current structures, norms, policies, and values have on our collective decision making
Identify how the myth of meritocracy, having an a-historical perspective and focusing on the individual over structure, impact our collective decision making
Identify/Develop one strategy/process to implement and/or to recommend within your Dept/Division/Unit that facilitates anti-racism, anti-oppressive hiring processes
AME Case - the AME DEI committee has developed a case that may sound very familiar to you.
Allegories on Race and Racism (TedTalk by Dr. Jones) - youtu.be/GNhcY6fTyBM
Blog Post - Seeing the Water: Seven Values Targets for Anti-Racism Action, Harvard Medical School Primary Care Review, August 25, 2020
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