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MLK commemoration series: “Racism In Medicine: Enlightening Ourselves On The Past, Recognizing The Present, And Working Towards Elimination In The Future”
January 10, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
If you can’t fly towards liberty and justice for all, will you run?
This discussion is part of the College of Medicine’s first annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, “Confronting Race In Medicine And Science: Carving Our Paths To The Promise Land.”
This talk will take participants on a journey of exploring racism in medicine from historical and present-day points of view. It will also provide discussion on how we can move forward in our efforts to eliminate racism in medicine.
Speaker: Bernadatte Gilbert, MD, associate dean for admissions and financial aid, Penn State College of Medicine
This is a hybrid event held in-person at the University Conference Center and via Zoom. To attend via Zoom, visit
To join via phone, dial 1-312-626-6799 or 1-646-518-9805 or 1-651-372-8299.
Webinar ID: 983 8366 7639