UW School of Nursing Antiracism Learning Day on March 29, 2021
On Monday, March 29, 2021, the UW School of Nursing will conduct an all-school antiracism learning day. Endorsed by the school’s Shared Leadership Council (made up of the Dean’s Executive Team, Faculty Council, Staff Council, and Student Leadership Board), all faculty and staff are expected to attend. Students, practice partners, and others in the community connected to the school are invited to participate. And, faculty, staff, and students from the UW Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies, and the UW Tacoma School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership are welcomed to join.
Schedule and speaker lineup below. Sessions will be conducted via Zoom. Speaker presentations will be recorded; but discussion parts and sessions will not be.
Separate registration for each of the three sessions is required. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with your unique join Zoom link(s) for joining each of the sessions.
SESSION 1 (all participants together)
9:00-10:00 am (Pacific): Dr. Ben Danielson; register here
10:00-10:45 am (Pacific): OPTIONAL informal reflection and discussion in separate breakouts
SESSION 2 (separate Zooms by racial identity caucus/affinity group)
11:00 am-12:00 pm (Pacific): Concurrent sessions featuring SpeakOut! speakers
12:00-12:45 pm (Pacific): OPTIONAL informal reflection and discussion in separate breakouts
FOR FACULTY & STAFF (select and register for only one of the following)
- Black and Indigenous with Stacey Patton; register here
- People of Color (non-Black; non-Indigenous) with Nolan Cabrera; register here
- Multiracial with Andrew Jolivette; register here
- White with Tim Wise; register here
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FOR STUDENTS (select and register for only one of the following)
- Black and Indigenous with Melissa Denizard; register here
- People of Color (non-Black; non-Indigenous) with SHIFT; register here
- Multiracial with Aisha Fukushima; register here
- White with Chris Crass; register here
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SESSION 3 (all participants together)
2:30-3:15 pm (Pacific): OPTIONAL informal reflection and discussion in separate breakouts
We look forward to your participation and engagement in line with our school’s commitment to antiracism.
Special thanks to the following people who offered their time and energy to make this day happen: Molly Altman, Katie Anderson, Ash Bond, Tyler Breier, Cher Espina, Chris Gambol, Jessilyn Hong, Stiroh Lang, Kari Lombard, Julie Myers, Rebecca O’Connor, Keondra Rustan, Clare Sherley, Mia Strauss, and Mayumi Willgerodt.