Skip to main content
Default Image

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Looks To Address Internal Systemic Racism

Demanding racial equity Mobilizing anchor institutions

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health has declared racism a public health crisis, along with 38 other members of the national Healthcare Anchor Network. The national organization said it would double down to address systemic racism within its respective communities. 

Officials at Dartmouth-Hitchcock say they took a step towards addressing the problem in June when they created a task force on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. 

Joanne Conroy, CEO and President of Dartmouth-Hitchcock, said it was important for Dartmouth-Hitchcock to assess the problem first by listening to community members. 

Read the full article at

Publication date: 2020-10-13
Publication URL: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Looks To Address Internal Systemic Racism

More related work

Default Image

HAN Anchoring Resilience: Aligning supply chains and impact purchasing for community health summit

The Healthcare Anchor Network (HAN) convened the “Anchoring Resilience: Aligning Supply Chains and Impact Purchasing for Community Health” summit to spark collaboration in the healthcare sector around onshoring and localizing production of PPE and other supplies, with an emphasis on equity, sustainability, and supply chain resilience.

read more
October 22, 2021
Default Image

The Democracy Collaborative joins House Progressives in urging President Biden to end fossil fuel expansion

Letter calls on President Biden to “declare a climate emergency” and live up to his campaign promises to protect our environment and mitigate the worst effects of the climate crisis.

read more
September 21, 2021
Default Image

From revelation to reckoning to revolution: In pursuit of racial justice

Current proposals to “build Black wealth and narrow the racial wealth gap” are superficial repairs to a rotted foundation. What we need is a radical redistribution of economic and political power.

read more