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Deadline to Apply — Workshop series: Antiracism in a Scientific Community

June 19th

Bias and racism continue to infiltrate many aspects of the medical and biomedical field. This workshop series is designed to empower participants with the tools to resist racism and racist practices and to work towards positive change.

Through five sessions taking place July to August 2024, facilitators will present an overview of antiracist theory and methodology. Building on this foundational knowledge, participants will then explore how an antiracism practice can improve their experiences in their respective fields, help them recast an existing project or problem through an antiracist lens, and empower them to be actively antiracist in their professional and personal lives.

This series was designed for Harvard faculty, staff, and trainees.

Applications are due June 19.


Date: June 19th
Calendars: School-wide Events, University-wide Events
Event types: Trainings and Workshops