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Campaign Against Racism

SMC 2018 Campaign Against Racism

The biggest growing industry is the white savior complex, and it is seriously growing, and we are part of that movement. And now we are getting into a multi-ethnic privileged foreigner savior complex, so how do we not evolve into that?
— Focus group participant, 2017
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In partnership with Dr. Camara Jones, the Social Medicine Consortium is launching the Global Matters component of the Campaign Against Racism, Dr. Jones' call to action as past President of the American Public Health Association.

Connect with the Campaign

The most up to date content can be found on the campaign hub here. 


Work With Us

The SMC is looking to hire a part-time community organizer to help guide the Campaign Against Racism over the coming year. Learn more and apply-- the application deadline is July 15, 2018. To apply, please send a cover letter addressing community organizing experience, an updated resume or CV, and two references to: Michelle Morse (mmorse@equalhealth.org


Campaign Against Racism Grand Strategy

The goal of the Campaign Against Racism is to dismantle structural racism and its effects on health around the world – because racism kills – by supporting local actions, efforts, and networks which aim to improve the health and lives of those most affected by racism.
 


Campaign Against Racism Organizing Statement

We are organizing the Social Medicine Consortium to achieve racial justice across medical centers, universities, and organizations by educating health professional about the structural and social determinants of health and supporting local campaigns which seek to address racism and the legacy of colonialism in the health sector globally. We will do this by establishing chapters of the Social Medicine Consortium with community organizing capacity, creating a scorecard for structural racism, and activating networks by 2019.


Establish a Chapter

Register your chapter to be a part of the Campaign Against Racism by July 1, 2018 by submitting:

1. Name of your chapter and the members of the chapter (all chapter members must join the SMC list serve)

2. Your strategic goal for your local Campaign Against Racism

3. Your designated chapter representative who will come to the fall 2018 campaign meeting (scholarships available)

4. Your proposed list of activities to achieve your strategic goal and timeline for the year-long campaign against racism


Additional Resources

-National Campaign Against Racism website (Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice & Health)