The link above will lead you to a collection of resources available on our campus and beyond. These resources teach of the oppression of the black population and racism prevalent in medicine today.
Malone Mukwende, a second year medical student at St. George's University of London, worked with faculty to put together a book that investigates clinical differences on black and brown skin. He hopes this book will make health professionals aware of the necessity to understand how conditions are presented differently on black skin.
The Virtual Mentor is a resource devoted to helping students achieve their healthcare professional goals. They provide a service for minority pre-medical students to be paired with a mentor for 1-on-1 guidance and support.
nth Dimensions is a non-profit organization that is striving to increase the representation of women and underrepresented minorities in STEM. They are also attempting to rid of the healthcare disparities in all communities.
Científico Latino is dedicated to providing mentorship to minority students in STEM to equalize access to scholarships, fellowships, and other future STEM opportunities.