THE DOWNLOAD: Nursing Documentary, Equine Athletes

Rejecting structural racism is everybody’s work. That’s the perspective of a new documentary exploring racism in the health care industry and, especially, through the lens of its largest workforce — nurses.

Everybody’s Work: Healing what hurts us all,” which premiered recently in Washington, D.C., reveals racism’s harmful effects on patients and nurses alike. The film was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, one of the nation’s largest health care foundations.

The filmmakers chose to focus on the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis and UC Davis Health because of their national reputation for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion, or DEI, through nursing education and employment.

Rebecca Badeaux

Read more on the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing’s website.

‘Kind of obsessed’ with on-campus museums

UC Davis Letters and Science's tweet: "Soprano and five-time Grammy winner @ReneeFlemmg said she is "kind of obsessed" with the @manettishrem and the Gorman Museum of Native American Art, both @ucdavis. Thanks, Renée! We're kind of obsessed too 😊 #art #museums #ucdavis" The tweet includes a YouTube video preview showing Renee Fleming speaking, titled "Renee Fleming Mentions UC Davis Museums at AAM 2024" from the Shrem Museum of Art, clipped from "AAM 2024 General..."

Equine athletes at School of Veterinary Medicine

With the summer Olympics around the corner, watch the above videos to learn about the work the School of Veterinary Medicine does with competitive horses — equine athletes.

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