Upcoming events with Profs. Tina Sacks and Rana Hogarth
Join us for campus forum conversations with Tina Sacks (04/27) and Rana Hogarth (05/11).
Natalie Lira, Feb 3 3:30 - 5 p.m.
"Eugenic Sterilization, Reparations, and the Legacy of Anti-Latinx Medical Racism in California," a campus forum moderated by Carlos Martinez.
Student Reflection with Natalie Lira
Join us for conversations with Natalie Lira: a lecture on Feb 3, 3:30-5 p.m. and student reflection on Feb 5, 12-1 p.m. See our EVENTS tab for more details.
Imagining Medical Reparations, Oct 30, 2-3:30 p.m.
The REPAIR project presents a conversation between Jovan Scott Lewis, Antoine Johnson, John Templeton, and Michelle Guy, moderated by Nadia Gaber. Oct 30, 2-3:30 p.m.: a kickoff for our campus forums on medical reparations.
Social Science Grand Rounds, Sep 25 12-1:15 p.m.
An introduction to our three-year strategic initiative.

News and Updates:


 

What is The REPAIR Project?

The REPAIR Project is a three year strategic initiative designed to address Anti-Black Racism and augment Black, Indigenous, People of Color voices and presence in Science and Medicine and healthcare. "REPAIR" is an acronym for REParations and Anti-Institutional Racism, which provides the unifying theme behind this project.


We recognize that long-standing racial inequities in health, health care institutions and scholarship are a result of structural violence and systemic racism. Through the REPAIR Project, we seek to open conversation and promote efforts to rectify and eliminate these problems.

Critical Race theorists remind us that discussions of injustices experienced by Black Americans continue to distill and serve as a guide for addressing racial injustice for other groups. Our initiative starts the conversation with themes emergent from the Black Lives Matter Movement and works outward to problems that are nested in larger institutional medical and health care structures, including race and cultures of carcerality, and the implicit racial biases of scholarly practices of science, medical research and clinical practice.

Strategic Annual Themes

  • Year One: Medical Reparations
  • Year Two: Medical Abolitionism
  • Year Three: Decolonizing the Health Sciences

Read more about our project and each annual theme

Get involved

If you are interested in getting involved, please join a working group by filling out this form to indicate your interest and we will be in touch shortly. If you would like to be involved in some other capacity (e.g. joining our steering committee or our advisory council), please send us an email at [email protected].

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