Tim Wise can say, without fear of contradiction that we’re now in the largest racial justice uprising in the history of the United States. The fact that this has happened in the middle of a pandemic not only makes it a public health crisis, but a social justice issue as well.
Juliana Mosley, PhD, chief diversity officer and community relations officer at Chestnut Hill College will present a virtual Zoom webinar at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18, titled “Making the Unconscious Conscious . . . Through Cultural Humility” as part of Salus University’s Orientation Week for new students.
Recently, the University’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee hosted a Lunch and Learn event virtually to discuss allyship versus advocacy. The discussion was led by Salus student Camille Menns ‘21OT.
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Kaji Sweeney, ’23AUD, wants to start a campus organization for African American students in health professions. And, the University’s Diversity Committee mixer Oct. 3 in the Bennett Lounge at the Hafter Student Community Center provided the perfect opportunity to float the idea.