Racism

32 articles
by Amy Tan

‘Painful and difficult’: A BIPOC woman’s journey in medicine

Navigating the medical profession has been a painful and difficult journey. How far have we come in ensuring that women can thrive within the system?

by Amanda Larocque Maddie Venables

Addressing racism in Indigenous health – Moving beyond systemic reassurance

Reassurances from different levels of governments create the illusion that systemic racism is being addressed despite the lack of tangible results.

by Kate Mulligan Kavita Mehta

Social prescribing: The next step for equitable health care

by Christine M. Cserti-Gazdewich

Breath and Blood

by Nishi Kumar Nazeefah Laher Anjum Sultana

Protests paving the way for racial justice in health care

by Madeleine Ritts

Valuing life the only guarantee of a just system

by Ngozi Iroanyah Madi Cyr

Navigating systemic racism in Canadian healthcare

Toronto Board of Health recently voted to recognize anti-Black racism as a public health crisis, calling for policy support of Toronto’s racialized communities. This piece explores how what needs to be addressed is the ongoing climate of prejudice in Canada.

by Nabeela Nathoo

Addressing systemic racism in healthcare

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