Northwestern Health Sciences University's Race, Racism, and Integrative Care Conversation and Action Project
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"I was outraged, I cried." As part of Northwestern Health Sciences University's Race, Racism, and Integrative Care Conversation and Action Project, Kim Pearce, the University’s Vice President of Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer, talks about how the death of George Floyd affected her and her family. "Northwestern Health Sciences University engages our community in conversation and action in support of black lives, inclusion, and healthcare equity"
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