At the current time, all services are being offered virtually only.
Health Justice offers engaging talks related to HIV and COVID-19 as well as about topics such as racism in healthcare and addressing medical mistrust.
Health Justice partners with health and other organizations that are seeking to provide tailored trainings to their employees. Training topics include Racial Equity 101 and Moving Health Systems along the Anti-Racist Continuum. To find out more about Health Justice’s trainings, click here.
Organizational Equity Assessments
Health Justice works with organizations that wish to apply an equity lens to their organizational structure, policies and practices to develop recommendations and action plans that advance organizational equity. To find out more about Health Justice’s organizational equity assessment service, click here.
Equity Mentorship for Leadership
Health Justice offers individualized equity coaching to leaders of health and related organizations who want to develop and hone competencies in anti-racism and equity.
I am very appreciative and thankful for the support of Dr. Oni Blackstock. Dr. Blackstock provided a wealth of information and was able to facilitate connections with providers and contacts. Not only was the information shared about the medical field extremely effective, she was a delight to work with, exuding a friendly, open and honest demeanor that encouraged a meaningful exchange of ideas, critical thinking and thought-provoking questions.
Janice R. McRae, Ph.D.
Founder & CEO, Nexus 8 International LLC
Health Justice’s trainings provided NASTAD with the tools to identify and address components of racism and white supremacy in the organization and membership. The trainings were thorough, organized, and relevant. The trainers were able to provide real-world application of concepts that were discussed. NASTAD highly recommends Health Justice as a partner for any organization who wants to commit to their anti-racism and DEI goals.
Stephen Lee, MD, MBA
Executive Director, NASTAD
Dr. Blackstock led a 2-day workshop for our Department that was focused on racial equity and research. As a physician, scholar, and thought leader, Dr. Blackstock was the ideal expert to lead this workshop. Prior to the training, she met with us to understand the structure and culture of our department and to better understand our goals for the workshop. The workshop was empowering, thought provoking and inspiring. The training built a foundation for discourse about racism in academia and for cultivating changes in our current policies and research practices.