Jun 25, 2020Becoming Anti-Racist

Becoming Anti-Racist

Kim Snodgrass One-minute read.   Resources

Dr. Ibrahim’s blog, A Surgeon’s Journey Through Research & Design describes a life “at the intersection of health and architecture” during the COVID19 pandemic. If you have also found yourself at an intersection – of faith and a commitment to becoming anti-racist – these past few weeks, this chart may inspire you to explore, grow and deepen that very personal journey.

It is impossible to work on “Redesigning Healthcare” and “Health in All Design” without the lens and context of Race.

Andrew M. Ibrahim MD, MSc

Inspired by the work of Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, the figure on the right reflects a journey toward becoming anti-racist. Created by Andrew M. Ibrahim MD, MSc, a House Staff Surgeon at the University of Michigan and Chief Medical Officer at HOK, a global design and architecture firm, this image is free to use, copy and share.

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

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