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Diversity Equity and Inclusion

The last 4 months have been stressful for all but particularly so for people in communities of color. This is due to both impacts from COVID-19 and trauma related to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The EAP is available to help, Please call to schedule an appointment to discuss any stress you may be experiencing. Below are some resources that you might find helpful in navigating and coping with any of the events of the last 4 months.

Multi-lingual and Multi-cultural Resources about COVID-19  

Resources about Race and Racism

Mass General Brigham Forums and Presentations 
Recording of Mass General Brigham Town Hall: Trauma of Violence, Racism and COVID-19
Employees from across the system joined together to engage in an important conversation on the profound trauma experienced by Black communities as a result of structural racism. Click here to watch a recording of the town hall 

Recovering Our Breath Discussions   
As a follow-up to their town hall, the Mass General Brigham Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is offering all employees an opportunity to come together in small groups to talk about the impact of the trauma of violence, racism and COVID-19.  Click here to learn more.

Mass General Brigham Diversity Dialogues: What Leaders Can do to Address Systemic Racism
More than 1,700 employees joined the first Diversity Dialogues session: What Leaders Can do to Address Systemic Racism. Watch a recording of the session anytime online. 

Community Organizations for Navigating Trauma Related to Violence 

 Supports and Resources for Recognizing and Coping with Racism  

How to Address Race and Racism with Children

Resources for Understanding Racial Disparities in Healthcare

Self-Care When You are Experiencing Stress or Trauma

 If your feelings of worry, stress or anxiety become prolonged or too intense, contact the EAP at 866-724-4327.

This content was last modified on: 07/16/2020

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