racism in nursing

Racism In Nursing

Listening with compassion

Nurses’ experiences of racism in nursing. “Many Black girls don’t make it through this nursing education program.”  Have you ever…

Racism, stress, and mental health

Resources to better understand racism in nursing The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light critical mental health disparities for Black,…

Resources to better understand racism in nursing

The National Commission to Address Racism in 
Nursing (the Commission), co-led by the American Nurses Association (ANA), National Black Nurses Association, National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurse Associations, and National Association of 
Hispanic Nurses, held its second virtual summit in November 2022 to engage the nursing community 
in meaningful dialogue about how systemic racism impacts nursing and how to go about addressing it.

Vital actions

Diversity, inclusion pave the way to a healthier nation Just over 2 years ago, the National Commission to Address Racism…

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