This organic, crowd-sourced, living document and description was initially created by members of the UCSF Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science community. The document has been modified with additional resources identified by Dr. Mica Mitchell. It is intended to serve as a place for the rehabilitation community to offer resources to guide anti-racism understanding and action, and to receive guidance on the same for ongoing personal development. It represents a recommitment to our communal core values as rehabilitation providers, patients, and caregivers. It also represents a formal recognition of humanity, in all of its complexities, of each individual in our community and that of all other humans with whom we engage as well as those whom we serve. Thank you to all who contribute to our collective responsibility (Ujima).
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