Our May “Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing” zoom gathering will be on May 20th! We will be discussing the film “Exposed” – a groundbreaking documentary that combines the stories of 19 Black, brown and migrant nurses and midwives in the UK speaking about their powerful experiences of racism before, during and after the pandemic. You can view the film in advance (included below), or join us at 3 pm Eastern on May 20th, before our regular “overdue” zoom discussion. Here are the details:
- 3:00 pm Eastern – Showing of the film “Exposed”
- 4:00 pm Eastern – Discussion of the film with the producer and nurses featured in the film!
- Felicia Kwaku OBE is an Associate Director of Nursing at Kings College Hospital, London, and Chair of the Chief Nursing Officer’s national BME Strategy Advisory Group.
- Neomi Bennett is a nurse leader, activist and founder of Equality for Black Nurses.
- Nafiza Anwar is a lead midwife and Co-Founder and Director of the Association of South Asian Midwives.
- Professor Anandi Ramamurthy who is the PI of the research project
- Freya Collier-Sewell is a doctoral researcher with the Centre for Culture, Media and Society at Sheffield Hallam University.
When you register, you will receive the meeting link and the dates for all of the spring sessions from Zoom.
Note: If you lose the zoom information, come back here and register again!