Type of Resource
Word Simple by Harold Recinos
Let’s Eat: Jewish Food and Faith by Lori Stein and Ronald H. Isaacs
Days of Awe by Karen L. Kramer
Throughout New York City, Orthodox Jews practice ancient customs that are little known to outsiders. Though often closed to strangers, the filmmaker was able to follow one ultra orthodox community in Brooklyn during their most sacred season. While ancient Jewish traditions are carried out year-round, there is one month in autumn when the most important holidays are observed. Prayer, song, ecstatic dance, and celebration mark this time of year.
I’ve Been Here all the While: Black Freedom on Native Land by Alaina E. Roberts
Cornel West: A Critical Reader by edited by George Yancy
The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs and Resources by UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Building Equity & Supporting Diversity by UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Addressing Patient Bias and Discrimination Against Clinicians of Diverse Backgrounds by Pooja Chandrashekar and Sachin H. Jain
Article in Academic Medicine
Prejudiced Patients: Caring for those who Discriminate Against You by Pooja Chandrashekar
Film/Video by CECE Dean's Colloquium
The duty to care for all patients is central to the health professions, but how should students and clinicians respond when encountering patients who exhibit biased or discriminatory behaviors? Students and clinicians from minority backgrounds are more likely to experience mistreatment from patients during clinical training and practice. These experiences can be profoundly painful and degrading, contribute to clinician burnout, and worsen patient outcomes.