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UNC School of Medicine Community Town Hall

June 3, 2020 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

The UNC School of Medicine Office of Inclusive Excellence and the Dean’s Office will hold a Town Hall for faculty, staff, students and trainees to discuss the emotional toll associated with recent events that have shake the country. Please join this event to learn what we each can do to make our community a more inclusive place to live and work, and how best we can all help each other to heal during this unprecedented time.

This town hall will feature a panel of leaders and will take place on Wednesday June 3, at 4:30 – 6 p.m. via WebEx (further details below). Please feel free to pre-submit your thoughts and questions here via this Qualtrics link so that we may address some of them during Wednesday’s town hall.

The recent deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breona Taylor have left us all feeling angry, lost, and sad. These deaths have come as COVID-19 further emphasized the health inequities that persist in our country. 

These events are a clear call to action for all of us. Thanks to the many faculty, staff, and students who have sent emails or statements related to these events to demonstrate your support and solidarity. We hope that this Town Hall will be a chance for us all to come together to acknowledge and validate our individual experiences while creating a path to healing as a community. 

Following the large town hall, we will plan smaller group sessions that will focus on strategies to facilitate more personal conversations and action steps to address Diversity Equity and Inclusion issues within our work and learning environments. It is important for us to support the emotional well-being of our colleagues, students, trainees, and staff regarding these issues and to implement a plan to move us Forward Together.    

WebEx Information 

WebEx Link:

Meeting Number: 1603721028

Password: J6UtH22HvAu

Please make time to join us for this vital conversation.


June 3, 2020
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm