National Day of Racial Healing: January 19, 2021

Join us for a special Chats for Change at Noon as we seek to share truth, deepen relationships, build trust, and heal the wounds of racism through storytelling and dialogue – as told by Mount Sinai employees and community members. 

"Chats for Change" and Other Upcoming Events

Join Chats for Change and other upcoming events to engage in thoughtful dialogue on a wide array of topics, including disparities, race, and bias.

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.

Knowledge is Power

Search through our United in Solidarity Resource Guide for suggested reading, videos, podcasts, and more to learn the history of racism and ways to address racism, prejudice, and bias in America.

Access the Graduate Medical Education Healthcare Disparities Learning Collaborative’s Health Equity Resource Collection, to view curricula, articles, and other educational resources –
Mount Sinai login and password are required.

Featured Book: "The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills"

In nearly four decades serving some of the poorest communities in Chicago, David A. Ansell, MD, MPH, witnessed firsthand why the poor and Blacks die sooner than almost all other Americans. In The Death Gap, he gives a grim survey of these realities, drawn from observations and stories from his patients.

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

Your ability to report experiences of racism or discrimination that occur within 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 understand harmful practices within our system and 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 using the link below.