Equity & Anti-Racism in Nursing

Structures & Self: Advancing Equity and Justice in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare is a learner-led, justice-informed curriculum designed to teach clinical learners to consider how systems of power and legacies of structural oppression impact their care for patients. Learners will consider how to leverage their privilege to create change on a clinical, community, and systemic level.

An interactive module which reviews organizational, structural, and clinical barriers to accessing family planning care; as well as actions to address each barrier and links to resources that support agencies in implementing these recommendations.

​​​​​Lecture given by Professor Dorothy E. Roberts.

Free curricula and learning tools about sexual and reproductive health with a focus on health equity.

  • Anti-Racism Resources & Repair Repository

REPAIR is an acronym for REParations and Anti-Institutional Racism, which provides the unifying theme behind this project. This ongoing resource repository seeks to curate and collate existing resources and is divided into three sections: syllabi and reading lists; toolkits and teaching resources; and lectures and conversations.

​​​​​​​ This article from Evidence Based Birth focuses on the Evidence on Anti-Racism in Health Care and Birth Work: Shifting from Statistics to Solutions, Solidarity, Afrofuturism, and Tools for Protection.​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ This toolkit includes articles, books, textbooks, etc on understanding racism in the context of healthcare to help clinicians in their day-to-day practice.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Resources for educators, students, and administrators to support the creation of equitable midwifery education.

Recognizing that nurses play a central role in and hold major responsibility for the health of individuals and communities hit hard by historic racial inequity, the University of Washington School of Nursing is establishing the Center for Antiracism in Nursing.

  • Nurses Taking a Stand

A toolkit that aims to provide actionable strategies for cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace.

This practice paper serves as a guide to providing racially just practices for those working in the field of sex education.

Inclusive Sexual Health Services: Practical Guidelines for Providers & Clinics can help health care providers and clinical staff cultivate a clinical environment to deliver inclusive, patient-centered and accessible sexual health services.

A book that exposed America’s systemic abuse of Black women’s bodies.

This book shows the ways that a reigning white ideological methodology has influenced almost all aspects of social science research.

This book takes a case study approach to explore leadership narratives of women in healthcare and science, paying attention to the intersection of gender, identity, and race in each story. 

Examining the historical context of healthcare whilst focusing on building a more just, equitable world, this book proposes a radical imagination for nursing and presents possibilities for speculative futures embracing queer, feminist, posthuman, and abolitionist frames.