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Managing Clinic Safety: A Policy Approach

What sorts of policies should clinics adopt for preventing violence in the workplace? What are some common misconceptions about when and why patients exhibit violence behaviors? What are appropriate…

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Social Justice-Oriented Bioethics: Kelly-Blake and Valles - Episode 25

Released May 7, 2021 No Easy Answers in Bioethics Episode 25 Episode webpage with full transcript and related resources: https://bioethics.msu.edu/podcast-episodes/393-ep-25

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Interview with Ian McDermott

Interview with Ian McDermott, librarian at LaGuardia Community College, conducted in 2017. He talks about information literacy, critical librarianship, various work environments, characteristics of…

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Interview with Amanda Meeks

Interview with Amanda Meeks, formerly art librarian at Northern Arizona University, conducted in 2017. She talks about diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, social justice, makerspaces,…

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Transforming Theatre Ensemble: Get involved at MSU!

TTE delivers original student plays to create a productive and engaging experience for all campus communities, including faculty and staff groups, classrooms and teams. Get involved today! …

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Trauma, Community Health and the Criminal Legal System

Recorded September 13, 2021 Co-presented by the MSU Center for Bioethics and Social Justice and the Henry Ford Health System Health Disparities Research Collaborative. Panelists:…

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Collaborative Institutional Problem-Solving: Exploring DEI Initiatives and Five Case Studies Across Libraries and Museums

This session took place on May 13, 2021, as part of the ARLIS/NA Virtual Conference hosted by the ARLIS/NA MOQ Chapter. Presenters include Claralyn Burt, Soumya Dasgupta, Emilee Mathews, and K. Sarah…

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2121 MSU AgeAlive Annual Forum Legacy Lecture: Dr. William G. Anderson, D.O., FACOS

Dr. Anderson is well known for his years as a civil rights leader, working closely with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his achievements as a physician. He was the first African American to serve…

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Black Lunch Table: The People’s History

This keynote lecture for the ARLIS/NA Midstates Ohio Valley Joint Chapter Virtual Conference took place on November 13, 2020 and was given by Jina Valentine, co-founder of Black Lunch Table (BLT),…

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Exhibitions Special Interest Group: Virtual Author Talk with Elena Gonzales, PhD

In this presentation recorded on June 3, 2020, Elena Gonzales discusses her book Exhibitions for Social Justice. ARLIS/NA President and Exhibitions SIG leaders also provide an introduction to the…

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