Anti-Racism Resources

Anti-racism requires a lifelong commitment--it is not something that can be developed simply by attending a workshop or reading an article. The work is intentional, requires reflection, skill development and ongoing practice.

To support members of the Larner College of Medicine community in their own personal and professional growth, we are sharing actionable anti-racism resources. This is not an exhaustive list and we encourage you to contact us if you would like to add a resource.






UVM Finding Answers Together - Video Series


UVM Beyond Brave Spaces - Video Series








Together We Learn: Resources for our Journeys in Justice & Inclusion - Dana Medical Library

"Together We Learn" is a collection of resources for work in the realms of justice and inclusion, that was created by the Larner College of Medicine Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, the Dana Medical Library, the Office of Medical Communications, and the medical college's chapters of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA), Social Justice Coalition (SJC), Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA), and other individuals who are passionate about learning more about anti-racism work, social determinants of health, and more. We hope the resources provided on this platform will further our colleagues' and communities' collective understanding of diversity-related issues, so that we can address them in impactful and meaningful ways.

We adapted this idea from the New York University (NYU) collection, with the goal of creating a similar platform at our institution. We hope that many individuals can take advantage of this resource and encourage all to suggest additional articles, books, podcasts, journals, etc. to our page.