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RFHS: Race, Racism, Anti-Racism Resources: Home

This library guide considers a number of themes related to the areas of race, racism and anti-racism offers a range of materials such as podcasts, websites, videos, reports, journal and newspaper articles, and books to support education and training, and advance anti-racist practice within the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences. For more information, please visit the RFHS Office of Anti-Racism website.

The resources cover a broad range of topics some of which include race, racism, and health, racism and trauma, Black health and wellness, systemic racism, as well as the impact of COVID 19 on racially diverse communities.