The team at the SWC strives to manifest the intersection between social justice and public health by committing to intentional work together to better understand the connections between systemic racism and inequities in wellbeing. We examine our work with a critical lens and are committed to an anti-racist approach to the promotion of health and wellbeing at Dartmouth. We offer the resources below (grouped according to our wellbeing pathways) as tools for enhancing awareness and wellbeing through developing more inclusive and equitable perspectives, connections, and behaviors.
Career-related resources for Black, Disabled, First Gen/Low Income, International, LatinX, LGBTQIA+, Native and Indigenous, Pan Asian, Undocumented, Veteran, and Womxn students at Dartmouth as well as materials on how to be an ally and understand how discrimination manifests in the workplace from the Center for Professional Development.
Counseling Center Resources
Reflections from the SWC Blog Post:
Wellbeing in Times of Crisis