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Diversity Statement

Board of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP) of Drexel University holds that diversity is fundamental to all our endeavors and enriches the educational—and human—experience. We dedicate ourselves to creating a cultural climate in which all members of the CNHP community feel welcomed, respected, valued, and included as participants. We seek to create an institution in which our faculty, staff, and students reflect the diversity and complexity of our city and the global community. We acknowledge past and ongoing injustices in society at large, and are committed to reflection, dialogue and action to address our role in perpetuating these injustices and formulating strategies to prevent them. We are committed to reducing inequities in our education, research, practice, policy and civic engagement initiatives. We seek to be inclusive and meet the needs of the diverse populations whom we teach, collaborate with and serve as we work together to promote health and eliminate health disparities.

Upcoming Events

Reproducing Race

Khiara M. Bridges, PhD, a  associate professor of anthropology and associate professor of law at Boston University
November 7, 2018
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
New College Building, Geary B

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Khiara Bridges, PhD, who holds a dual appointment at Boston University as an associate professor of anthropology and associate professor of law, will discuss her book, Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of Racialization at the College of Nursing and Health Professions. The book is a product of eighteen months of fieldwork research conducted in the obstetrics clinic of a large New York City public hospital. The study investigates how race—commonly seen as biological in the medical world—is socially constructed among women dependent on the public healthcare system for prenatal care and childbirth. The research shows how the ‘medicalization’ of social problems reproduces racial stereotypes and governs the bodies of poor women of color.

Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of RacializationBridges has written many articles concerning, race, class, reproductive rights and the intersection of the three. Her scholarship has appeared or will soon appear in the Stanford Law Review, the Columbia Law Review, the California Law Review, the Emory Law Journal, the Boston University Law Review, the Fordham Law Review, the Washington Law Review, and the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, among others. In addition to her book Reproducing Race, she has also published The Poverty of Privacy Rights (2017) on Stanford University Press.

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This event is organized by the College of Nursing and Health Professions Board of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Dean's Advisory Board of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

 

 

Co-sponsors

Thomas Kline School of Law

 

 

College of Arts and Sciences Women's and Gender Studies 

 

College of Arts and Sciences Center for Science, Technology and Society