SHP DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION CORNER 11.16.17

HELLO and thank you for engaging the SHP IDE newsletter. For questions, suggestions, or concerns contact the SHP Diversity & Inclusion Graduate Research Assistant, Sarah L. Hairston at slsf3e@missouri.edu.

University of Missouri Non-Discrimination Policies

 KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!  It is against University of Missouri policies to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status. We also prohibit sexual misconduct, sexual exploitation, stalking, dating/intimate partner violence, and bias-motivated violence. You can report discrimination to the MU Office for Civil Rights & Title IX, and if you do, you are protected from retaliation. Please take time to learn more about our policies and processes and about resources available through the Division of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity.

Diversity and Inclusion Week

 Thank you!

The SHP Ad Hoc Committee for Inclusion and the Department of Health Sciences want to thank everyone who participated in making our first Diversity and Inclusion week a success. We enjoyed joining together as a community to engage in rich conversations. If you were able to join us for any of the events, please take time to fill out the below survey to provide us feedback. Please fill out a new survey for each event. It is our goal to continuously provide opportunities for our community to engage in Diversity and Inclusion issues. Your feedback is imperative to our work.

 To take the survey, click HERE and check-out photos from the week HERE.

Central Park 5 Additional Resources

Below are follow-up recourses regarding the Innocence project and false confessions.

Innocence Project

Saul Kassin: “False Confessions

Chicago: “The False Confession Capital”

Nancy Franklin: “Who would confess to a murder they didn’t commit? Maybe you.”