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Use the following resources to learn more about racial inequality and justice.


Marissa Coleman, PsyD  

Racism, Health and Creating Stronger Communities

Posted July 14, 2020

In this two-part series, Marissa Coleman, PsyD, a staff psychologist at the UVM Medical Center, shares her insights on racial inequity, white privilege and having uncomfortable conversations.
Read Part 1  |  Read Part 2

Father and son talking  

Raising Children to Be Anti-Racist: Advice for White Families

Posted June 17, 2020

Many parents are understandably struggling with what to say and do to help their children process feelings of fear, anger and sadness about racism, injustice and the recent violence around the country. A pediatric psychologist shares advice on helping children become champions for a better world.


Marissa Coleman, PsyD, staff psychologist at UVM Medical Center and a member of the hospital’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee, provides a list of books and videos for learning about racial inequity and justice.

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