We return for our “Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing” discussions on September 24, 2022 at 4 PM Eastern, continuing monthly on the last Saturday of every month! Our discussions will again be hosted by Lucinda Canty, PhD, CNM, FACNM and will begin with a critical reflection on the recent apology issued by the American Nurses Association (download PDF here). Our discussions continue to be guided by our “Principles of Reckoning” (see below) with the focus in the coming year on developing our own solutions so that we can take action!
- When: Sep 24, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
- Register in advance for this meeting:
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting
Principles of Reckoning
All of the activities related to “Overdue Reckoning” are guided by our Principles of Reckoning, which take a bold anti-racist stand for nursing. Our principles are:
- We claim the courage to join together through the experience of building our anti-racist capacity in nursing.
- We cherish the contributions and honor the voices of Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other Nurses of Color, and yield the floor to those voices throughout our time together.
- We recognize that we cannot move forward without a deep understanding of Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other nurses of color experiences with racism.
- The insights and recommendations of Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other nurses of color are vital to ground our thinking, and to guide our actions.
- We pledge to listen deeply and with respect to any and all expressions of anger, rage, despair and grief arising from racism.
- We commit to healing those harmed by racism.
- We commit to challenging, resisting and ending the voices and actions that sustain white privilege.
- We seek to nurture authentic anti-racist awareness.
- We will inspire and nurture action, as we boldly claim an anti-racist identity for nursing.