"Radical healing is the antidote to racial injustice. It is the medicine that promotes wellness in the face of identity-based 'wounds.' These wounds include those sustained by racist policies and practices, including exclusion from citizenship and the polity, extreme violence by those paid to serve and protect, and provision of substandard medical care" Powell et. al
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Register Today! Join the webinar & conversation series!The webinar is a three (or 2) part series, designed to introduce a framework for organizations and institutions to adopt the five principles of Radical Healing. During the presentation, we will introduce the Radical Healing framework and highlight organizations that are applying principles to advance health equity. We will also invite you to take an organizational assessment of how your organization may be putting into practice various Radical Healing actions.
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Resources and Toolkits
- Dr. Wizdom Powell’s It’s Time for Radical Healing
- Race Relations in Hartford
- Naming Institutionalized Racism in the Public Health Literature: A Systematic Literature Review
- Half of Low Income Communities have No ICU Beds. Why?
- New Standards--Publishing on Racial Health Inequities-Recording
- New Standards--Publishing on Racial Health Inequities- Publication
- Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma Effects: Putative Role of Epigenetic Mechanisms
- Environmental Stress and Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance
- Can the Legacy of Trauma be Passed Down the Generations?
- What is radical healing & how used to heal from racism
- What does psychology tell us about healing from racial trauma?
- Racism is a Health Crisis. Why Aren’t We Treating it Like One?
- It’s Time to Speak Unapologetically to Black America’s Emotional Wounds
- The Need to Fight for Health Equity
- COVID-19 & Indigenous Peoples
- Bones in Our Basement: Addressing COVID-19 & Incarceration
- Toward a Psychological Framework of Radical Healing in Communities of Color
- Underutilization of HIV Testing Among Men with Incarceration Histories
- Medical Mistrust, Racism, & Delays in Preventive Health Screening among African-American Men.
- Medical Mistrust & Colorectal Cancer Screening Among AA
- Medical Racism in the US
- Studies showing Racism in Healthcare is Real
- Beyond Trauma Exposure: Discrimination and Posttraumatic Stress, Internalizing, and Externalizing Problems Among Detained Youth
- Potential Impact of ACA & Medicaid Expansion on Reducing Colorectal Cancer Screening Disparities in AA Males
- Medicaid Enrollment among Prison Inmates in a Non-expansion State
- Public Mistrust of the U.S. Health Care System’s Profit Motives: Mixed-Methods Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial
- Determinants of Usual Source of Care Disparities: findings from the National Survey of American Life
- This History is Long; This History Is Deep, Isabel Wilkerson
- Talking About Whiteness, Eula Biss
- ‘Notice the Rage; Notice the Silence’, Resmaa Menakem
- Here, Again
- We Are in the Future
- The Air We Breathe: Implicit Bias And Police Shootings
- Justifying The Means: What It Means To Treat All Suffering Equally
- Playing Favorites: When Kindness Toward Some Means Callousness Toward Others
- Rhiannon Giddens Sings Slave Narratives / Freedom Singer Bernice Johnson Reagon
- Rethinking American Policing
- The 1919 Chicago Race Riots / Parenting 'Without Perfection'
- White v. White?
- The Confrontation
- The uprising
- Reproducing racism