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In 2008, the then-American Medical Association President Ron Davis publicly apologized for AMA’s past discriminatory practices. Though modest, this important first step catalyzed significant movement on the pathway to AMA’s restorative justice framework for health equity. AMA’s Organizational Strategic Plan to Embed Racial Justice and Advance Health Equity, 2021-2023, recognizes the significance of restorative justice practices to address historical harms and includes the strategic approach to “foster pathways for truth, racial healing, reconciliation and transformation for the AMA’s past. ” This session will provide an overview of restorative justice practices, including truth and reconciliation processes. Speakers will use specific examples to present the context for understanding restorative justice processes to address the lingering health impacts of past discrimination and historical trauma. The session will also examine cultural approaches to advance reconciliation with marginalized populations, promote healing from past harms, and explore applications of proximate and culturally responsive practices to dismantle structural racism.
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