“We suggest a structure of the 4As (Acknowledge, Analyze, Action, and Accountability).  A DEI statement that accomplishes that would suffice ( acknowledges and defines racism, pledges to act offering action items / tangible and measurable steps to address and disrupt racism by developing anti-racist policies and creating a culture of antiracism, and announces action for accountability (with expectation for commitment from all employees).” Dr. Audra Meadows, MD, MPH

The focus of this webinar is to support perinatal teams, administrative leaders, and educators throughout the state to create and publicly release anti-racist statements. Leaders will learn the key components needed to develop an anti-racist statement and how to implement this organizational change. 

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