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Blog: Ongoing work towards becoming anti-racist

Insights from the NCCDH’s racial equity journey

This piece is a reflection by Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh on the NCCDH racial equity organizational change experience. Her intention is to discuss some of the tensions, challenges, shifts and insights that have surfaced through the change process.

Thoughts on trying to achieve anti-racist leadership

NCCDH Scientific Director Connie Clement discusses the NCCDH's process for undertaking a rapid organizational audit and designing a strategy to become more intentionally anti-racist.

Integrating equity into employment

In this blog post by NCCDH Program Manager Faith Layden and NCCDH Scientific Director Connie Clement, the authors discuss the protocols and resources used to promote racial equity in the organization’s hiring processes.

Reflections of a Black woman on racism, Indigeneity and Otherness in Canada

This blog post is part of a series on an anti-racism initiative at the NCCDH. The post is a personal reflection authored by an NCCDH staff member and is focused on her experiences of racism as a Black woman, intersections between settler colonialism and colonialism experienced elsewhere and reflections on relationships with Indigeneity.

NCCDH staff becoming anti-racist through informed dialogue: 2 of 2

Our staff team at the National Collaborating Centre for the Determinants of Health (NCCDH) is engaged in a long-term initiative to become anti-racist, in part by engaging in staff readings and guided discussions. This blog post describes our group conversation process and the sessions we held between June 2017 and January 2018. See the companion blog post, "NCCDH staff becoming anti-racist through informed dialogue: 1 of 2," for an introduction to this blog post.

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