Students in the Ohio State University nursing program were required to watch a racially charged webinar that claimed police have assaulted communities for generations.
“Naming and Addressing Racism: A Primer,” was a mandatory viewing in Nursing 3430: “Cultural Competence in Health Care: US and Global Contexts,” a required course taught by instructors Jennifer Dush and Jennifer Kue.
The webinar, provided to Campus Reform by a nursing student at OSU, who wished to remain anonymous, was originally produced by the American Public Health Association (APHA) in July 2015. The webinar begins by explaining various disparities between whites and minorities, including life expectancies, high school graduation rates, and poverty rates.
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