Anti-Racism in Action in the College of Pharmacy: Faculty and Staff - Part One

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Anti-Racism in Action in the College of Pharmacy: Faculty and Staff

The College of Pharmacy invites faculty and staff to engage in a longitudinal discussion about anti-racism in the College of Pharmacy, focused on carrying out anti-racism in the workplace. The experience will include asynchronous pre-reading/viewing of engaging educational materials via Carmen Canvas, as well as group discussions. Attendance at both synchronous events—which will build upon one another—is highly encouraged. Both sessions will be in the Riffe Building, R112/118.

To learn more about the experience and its development, here is an introductory video from Jim McAuley and Lena Tenney that provides context and expectations about how we can have these conversations about race and racism despite the topic, often being challenging for most people.

This is the first date. The second date is Tuesday, June 29: 1-2:30 p.m. ET

Registration is required:

Please register by Friday, June 11th in order to gain access to the associated pre-work in CarmenCanvas.

If you require an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Lena Tenney at or 614-292-3891. Requests made two weeks in advance will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date.