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Women of Color Continue to Be Shut Out of Leadership Positions...

Despite gains in diversity across the health care and medical sectors, leadership positions — whether in public health, private practice, or academic medicine —...

Women of Color Pioneers in Medicine

Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915) Picotte became the first Native American to earn a medical degree after she graduated from Woman’s Medical College of...

Women of Color Need Courageous Allies in the Academy: Part Two

 The second webinar in INSIGHT Into Diversity’s “Women of Color Need Courageous Allies in the Academy” series delved into the anti-racist work that White...

INSIGHT to Host Part 2 of Free Webinar Series: ‘Women of...

Join us for INSIGHT Into Diversity's discussion series, Women of Color Need Courageous Allies in the Academy: Part Two, where Black and White women...

The Search for Courageous White Women in the Academy

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about how to best describe the type of relationship women of color require from White women...

From Classroom Leader to College President, One Woman of Color Works...

Growing up in the small town of Clarksville, Missouri, Katherine Conway-Turner, PhD, says she never knew a Black person with a college degree. Today, she...