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Connective Issues: A UMass Chan diversity and inclusion blog

Connective Issues:

A UMass Chan diversity and inclusion blog 

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    Why environmental justice is the business of the health care community

    The environmental justice movement began alongside the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Led by people of color, particularly Black people, the movement sought to bring attention to the lack of environmental protections in communities of color.

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    Pronouns: Honoring identity and fostering inclusion

    Misgendering, the act of using incorrect pronouns, can have profound negative consequences. When someone is consistently referred to by pronouns that align with their gender identity, it conveys a sense of acceptance and belonging, fostering a safe and inclusive environment.

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    Martin Luther King Jr. Day call for acts of service as means of celebration

    UMass Chan offers multiple opportunities to engage in service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

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