Racial Justice Resources,
Events, and Initiatives


A compilation of resources, events, and initiatives focused on pursuing racial justice. 

If you would like to add to this list, please contact the HSC Ministry team at HSCMinistry@luc.edu.

These webpages are a collaborative work between Health Sciences Ministry
and the Hank Center for Catholic Intellectual Heritage.
  

 


Upcoming Events


 Racial Justice Grand Rounds: Training Health Care Workers to 
Provide Equally Compassionate Patient Centered Medical Care 

Tuesday, September 29, 7-8pm

 

To register for this event, please complete this form

Theme: What is the first-hand experience of patients and providers who are Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC)? What specific steps could medical schools, hospital systems, and individual health care providers take?

Panelists: Dr. David Ansell, MD, MPH (Senior Vice President for Community Health Equity, Rush University Medical Center -Bio), Dr. Lena Hatchett, PhD (Associate Professor, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, Stritch School of Medicine and Director, Community and University Partnerships -Bio)

Moderator: Jessica Simpson, MPH

Questions regarding this event can be directed to Michael Bayer or the Stritch School of Medicine White Coats for Black Lives team.


 Past Events


 

LUC Faculty & Staff: Ignatian Spirituality Series: Racial Justice 
September 17, 2020

Please RSVP to HSCMinistry@luc.edu by Monday, September 14, 2020. 

This session hopes to build upon the resources circulated for self-learning regarding racial justice during the Ignatian Days of Service this past July/August. We hope to accomplish this through pre-session circulation and review of resources, in-session review of a the "Danger of a Single Story" video, and facilitated conversation around this resource and others.