UNCENSORED, the podcast, is brought to you by the Student Activities Board's Diversity Committee at the University of Louisville. Leah Hazelwood (chair) and Lilah Kahloon (vice-chair) feature their fellow students as guests, to provide an open and honest dialogue about all things diversity and inclusion on UofL's campus.
Hello, again! This episode features Zoha Mian, a first-year medical student at the University of Louisville's School of Medicine. We shift to diversity and inclusion at ULSOM, and the ways in which the school aims to incorporate a curriculum focused on equity. Zoha shares her experience as a woman of color pursuing a career in medicine, as well as her thoughts on how structural bias can plague the medical school admissions process. Together, we discuss some of the causes and manifestations of systemic racism within healthcare, health disparities that arise outside of healthcare settings, and more.
Thank you for listening to UNCENSORED this semester. Stay tuned for more from SAB Diversity... (https://www.instagram.com/uofl_sab/)
Welcome back! This episode features Ashanti Scott, a sophomore at the University of Louisville. With us, she shares her experiences participating in the protest movement happening in here in Louisville and call to action work as part of the ongoing fight for justice for Breonna Taylor. She also divulges her experiences as a young Black woman on UofL's campus, providing her insight as to whether the school is truly "the premier antiracist university." Together, we discuss the university's response to the recent grand jury decision, how the university can better stand in solidarity with its Black students, the importance of avoiding performative activism, and more.
Go to www.atticascott4ky.com to learn more about Breonna's Law and all of the important work done by State Representative Attica Scott.
BLACK LIVES MATTER.
The first episode of the UNCENSORED podcast is here! This episode features the co-directors of ELSB's Community Peace committee, Eli Cooper and Madison Fogle. These two share their own experiences as Queer individuals on campus, as well as shine light on the issues that can impact many other Queer identifying students. Together, we discuss ways in which UofL can better serve and provide a safe space for its Queer students, how the university can redirect funding to benefit marginalized students, and more.
Proud Panel registration: tinyurl.com/PROUD2020
HSC Pride Keynote registration: tinyurl.com/HSCKEYNOTE
Proud. Creatives art exhibit: October 25th-31st; Pennington Gallery in Ekstrom Library