A Road Map for Action

Learn more about the Road Map for Action in our journey to become an anti-racist health care and learning institution.

The Storytelling Project for Racial Justice

When we link our individual stories into a collective story, we can expand our understanding of and ability to creatively challenge racism. Join us by adding your voice and sharing your lived experiences about race and racism. These anonymous stories will be compiled, and the overarching themes and collective stories will be shared with the health system.

Knowledge is Power

Search through our diversity, equity, and inclusion resources for information on system-wide efforts as well as catalogs and guides including articles, books, and more around health equity, disparities, and understanding racism, prejudice, and bias in America.

Stories on Mount Sinai Today

Visit the Mount Sinai Today blog to read stories on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives across the health system.

Inclusion Matters. Equity Matters. Black Lives Matter.

Read powerful statements from our MSHS Family to challenge and encourage us on our journey to realize the end of racism.

Featured Book: Caste - The Origins of Our Discontents

In Caste, Isabel Wilkerson argues that the current social and political landscapes in America derive from the infrastructure of human hierarchy developed 400 years ago when Europeans first came to this land. Wilkerson examines the different caste systems around the world and believes that to understand how to move forward, we must examine the past and the racial structures that keep progress as a nation at bay. – Shortform

Do Your Duty and Report! We Stand Together Against Racism and Bias.

Mount Sinai opposes and condemns all forms of racism, bigotry, and hate. We stand with our students, faculty, trainees, patients, and staff, and all members of our community who experience marginalization and bias. An attack on any one of us is an attack on us all.

Your ability to report experiences of racism or discrimination that occur within and around our health system is very important to us. Whether those experiences are firsthand or something you may have witnessed, the information is crucial for us to respond as necessary to create a more inclusive and anti-racist environment. 


Submit a report through the Safety Net desktop application.


Submit a confidential and anonymous report by calling the Compliance Helpline at 1-800-853-9212 or submitting a web report below.