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Q&A on racism and diversity: How to respond when someone says…

June 02, 2021
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
Racism and its origins in America can lead to some heavy conversations. Particularly among people who disagree.
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Family secret reveals loss, and a new beginning

March 17, 2021
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
Laura Morgan's parents told her that her grandfather, Charles Chester, had grown up in an orphanage in Michigan. But, there was a twist.

Empowering women: A bike ride for equality, inclusion and change

March 01, 2021
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
Dawn Piech, PT, MPT, wound care clinician at Edward-Elmhurst Health and avid cyclist, launched a bike ride event called “International Women’s Day...
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Hospital staffer’s diversity course an eye-opener for student turned co-worker

December 15, 2020
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
“I knew that racism existed, but white privilege was a big eye opener that I didn’t see."

Reflections of Frances, my dear childhood African American nanny

October 28, 2020
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
Dr. Uzma Muneer shares what it was like growing up in Elmhurst in the 1980s as a minority, and with an African American nanny.

The work of acceptance, inclusion and love

October 15, 2020
At times, my family feels like a small microcosm of the country. We love each other dearly, yet we are diverse and disagree on a lot of issues.
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