The University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health is using curriculum that teaches that structural racism is a public health crisis and that physicians have an obligation to be antiracist.
The University of Minnesota School of Public Health’s Center For Antiracism Research For Health Equity [CAHRE], the Minnesota Department of Health, and an organization called Diversity Science collaborated on developing a curriculum to help medical professionals provide perinatal care for Black and Indigenous “birthing people.”
Diversity Science is a public company that provides training programs that are intended to help organizations foster diversity, equity, and inclusion practices. According to Diversity Science’s website, they are an “evidence-based organization” that provides clients with real-world knowledge and effective programs.
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