Registration is available for our September “Overdue” discussions! Each discussion requires advance registration on Zoom – when you register you will receive the information to connect to the Zoom meeting! Go to the Ongoing Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing page for more information and to register!
Here is a short video that explains “anti-racism” – our project is perfectly aligned with this explanation! Message: this is a journey, not a destination!
For this week’s reflection on our “Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing,” watch this conversation between Jemele Hill (staff writer at The Atlantic) and Ibram X. Kendi about his book “How to Be an Antiracist.” This conversation was recorded at the 2019 Aspen Ideas Festival, and touches on so many fundamental ideas that are at the heart of what we are doing in our “overdue reckoning.” At the close of this conversation, Dr. Kendi speaks to the importance of caring for ourselves as we engage in anti-racism activism!
We have two events in July coming up — Saturday, July 10th is our ongoing “Overdue Reckoning” gathering, and July 31st is our gathering dedicated to Black, Indigenous, Latina/x and other nurses of color focusing on building communities of strength and courage! We will be taking a break for the month of August, but will continue our “1st Saturday” BILNOC gatherings and our “Last Saturday” Overdue Reckoning gatherings in September!
Each gathering has its own zoom connection – so be sure to register for each one in advance! We post the information for each month here – so be sure to “follow” this blog to receive email notification of the very latest information!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
BILNOC Reckoning with Racism July 31st, 2021, 4 – 5:30 pm Eastern
Bringing together Black, Indigenous, Latinx and other Nurses of Color to explore avenues for further antiracism actions. These discussions include ideas for personal, family, workplace, and larger community and organizational change. All are welcome to join with the understanding that BILNOC nurses will take the lead in these discussions.