Education & Learning

We want this page to be as useful and easy to use as possible. Select your choice of material to engage with — read, watch, listen, or do — or you may choose to view all resources by topic.

View a list of individual learning resources organized by topic.

READ

Books

Addiction/Substance Use Disorder

Climate/Culture

Eliminating Race-Based Medicine Resources

Indigenous Communities 

Medical Racism

Racism

Reproductive Care and Reproductive Justice

Trauma

Weight Stigma/Size Diversity

White Studies and White Supremacy

Articles

Addiction/Substance Use Disorder

Climate/Culture

Eliminating Race-Based Medicine Resources

Inclusive Language and Equity Lens Framework Guides

Indigenous Communities

“On Native American culture and history in Minnesota” from On Being:

Medical Racism

Racism

Reproductive Care and Reproductive Justice

Responding and Interventions of Discrimination Harassment or Microaggressions

Trauma

Weight Stigma/Size Diversity

White Studies and White Supremacy

Primers

WATCH

Videos

Eliminating Race-Based Medicine Resources

Indigenous Communities Resources

CWIMS Comprehensive Gender Healthcare Resources

Grand Rounds

LISTEN

Podcasts

Clinical Problem Solvers

The Curbsiders

Eliminating Race-Based Medicine Resources

Indigenous Communities Resources

  • All My Relations | HOME - podcast hosted by Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) to explore our relationships— relationships to land, to our creatural relatives, and to one another

DO

Groups, Activities and More

Equity and Diversity Programming online through ECHO (Equity Certificate Hosted Online) via Zoom

Individual Learning Resources

Resources by Topic

Here is a list of all resources by topic:

What is health equity?

What is race and what is racism?

How can I fight racism and become an antiracist?

White supremacy and white privilege: What are they and what can I do?

What are some ways I can get involved?

How can I align with social change?

What is the impact of race and racism on health? 

How can I incorporate racism into my course curriculum?