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Culturally Competent Healthcare: Antiracism

Journals, search strategies, books, websites, and organizations to enhance practitioner cultural competency

MWU Ebooks on Racism

Caring for Skin of Color

Teaching and Learning: Antiracism in Medicine


YouTube has many good videos. Maybe start with a search for Ibram X. Kendi,or Audre Lorde. Those results plus "Up next" are a good start and provide a rich opportunity for learning.

Searching for Racism Articles

MWU Libraries provide access to thousands of articles on this topic in journals, magazines, and even newspapers.

Try keyword searches like:
implicit bias, racial equity, systemic racism, decolonization, critical race theory, white privilege, racial justice, white institutional presence (WIP), monoculturalism, BIPOC, critical pedagogy, white supremacy, social justice, racial oppression, critical race pedagogy, culturally sustaining pedagogies, etc.

The best databases for these type of searches are:

Or select EBSCOhost Databases from the list of Popular Resources and click the box to Select All.

Reflection Figure

3 zones of Becoming Anti-racist

Image from BecomingAntiRacist.pdf by Andrew M. Ibrahim MD, MSc (June 6, 2020) permission to "free to use, copy and share."

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

It is important to understand the longstanding history that has brought you to reside on the land, and to seek to understand your place within that history. Land acknowledgements do not exist in a past tense, or historical context: colonialism is a current ongoing process, and we need to build our mindfulness of our present participation.” Northwestern University

To include a statement of indigenous land acknowledgement in your work, this website from the Native Governance Center will provide guidance.

Use this map to learn more or determine the tribes to acknowledge in other places.

Glendale campus, we are on the land of:

  • Hohokam
  • Akimel O’odham (Upper Pima)
  • O’odham

Downers Grove campus, we are on the land of:

  • Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo)
  • Peoria
  • Bodéwadmiakiwen (Potawatomi)
  • Miami
  • Očeti Šakówiŋ (Sioux)


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555 31st St. Downers Grove, IL 60515
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Glendale Campus Library (623) 572-3308
Sahuaro Hall
19555 N. 59th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85308
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