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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging in Medical Education

This evolving guide highlights resources related to incorporating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in osteopathic medical education and the importance of implementing DEIB principles in clinical practice.

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Anti-Oppression LibGuide

This guide serves as a starting point to learn about anti-oppression, inclusion, and privilege, as well as to provide resources to key social justice issues. The New York Tech community is welcome to suggest recommendations.

BLACKLIVESMATTER: Anti-Racist Resources

This guide is meant to create a list of resources available here at New York Tech's Libraries in order to really engage with anti-racist thought.

Global Health Resources

The Global Health guide provides resources and services to support the global health research of NYITCOM students and faculty.

Positive Strides Program

In an effort to recognize outstanding members of our NYITCOM community who make Positive STRIDES in making our college a better place in this world, we are pleased to provide a special recognition program. The NYITCOM Positive STRIDES Program was developed from the recommendation of the NYITCOM Diversity Work Groups and collaboration with the NYITCOM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. This exciting program provides the NYITCOM community (students/faculty/staff) an opportunity to nominate and recognize those outstanding members of our community that complete good-kind-positive-inclusive acts that help make the NYITCOM community an even better and more positive place in the world!

Find more information about the program and submit nominations HERE.

The Same Page Book Club

The DEI Committee invites all NYITCOM students, staff, and faculty to join the DEI book club. The Same Page aims to foster a sense of community, educate individuals about DEI subjects and create a common conversation point among the entire NYITCOM community. The Same Page is representative of the fact that we all are moving forward together in thought and action, seeking understanding and growth within the Diversity, Equity Inclusion, and Belonging realm.

The Same Page will read two books each academic year, one in the fall semester and one in the spring semester. You will have the opportunity to participate in discussion groups with students and colleagues or you can choose to read at your own pace.

Books can be obtained through the NYITCOM libraries, local libraries, or your preferred book retailer.

Please contact Dr. Sloane Kelley ( for more information about the book club.

The Same Page is currently reading TO BE ANNOUNCED.

Previous Reads: Black Man in a White Coat (Fall 2021), The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills (Spring 2022), What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City (Fall 2023), Rest is Resistance: A Manifesto (Spring 2024)

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