New RBI x CAP Fellowship

A new opportunity for medical students at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

United in Solidarity

Creating an anti-racist culture together.

Chats for Change

Check out the new fall schedule.

On the Pulse: May Action Updates

On the Pulse: May Action Updates

Admissions SphereThe Admissions sphere has been engaged in analyzing data to inform our work moving forward. With upcoming committee training sessions, we will continue to build upon conversations with veteran members and onboard new members to our culture of...

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On the Pulse: April Action Updates

The Curricular Affairs Sphere aims to promote personal growth in antiracist knowledge and skills among course and clerkship directors. We developed this change target in partnership with students and faculty.  The first steps included conducting focus groups and...

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What’s Chats for Change?

Beginning in the fall of 2018, the Department of Medical Education at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai launched “Chats for Change”—a series of interactive sessions that spark dialogue centered on racism and bias in medicine.    Chats for Change is...

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On the Pulse: Desegregating Healthcare Systems

What does a desegregated health care system look like and how can we get there? This was the theme for the Chats for Change on March 2, 2021. We gathered. Nearly 100 students, faculty, care providers, hospital leadership, and administrators gathered to share their...

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On the Pulse: February’s Action Updates

Every month, we are providing action updates across the Racism and Bias Initiative's spheres. This month’s action updates bring us closer to collaborating on our efforts, strategically building on existing actions, and developing new actions to address...

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On the Pulse: A Curricular Sphere Update

The Curricular Affairs Sphere aims to promote personal growth in antiracist knowledge and skills among course and clerkship directors. We developed this change target in partnership with students and faculty.  The first steps included conducting focus...

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