Research Workshop

Are you a scholar, trainee, or health practitioner interested in learning and thinking about how medical and scientific research practices have been entangled with structural racism? How can your research practices change to address historic and systemic harms, even if you are not doing race-focused research? 

The REPAIR Project’s Research Workshops launched in February 2022. Over two short sessions, we will explore how to proactively engage with anti-racist frameworks of reparations, abolition, and decolonization. The two sessions consisted of a combination of short lectures, panel conversations, small group discussions, large group discussions, and reflection activities. 

Workshop 1: Friday, February 18th, 2022, 12-2pm: When is Research Racist? (View Workshop 1 Recording)

Workshop 2: Friday, February 25th, 2022, 12-2pm: How Does One Conduct Anti-Racist Research? 

Participants should attend both sessions, as material from the first workshop is be relevant to the second, and a reflection assignment will be asked of participants in preparation of the second session.

Please fill out this form if you would like to indicate interest in participating in future workshops. The initial workshops were capped at 30 participants, but future iterations may accommodate more participants.