CAABR Newsletters and Bulletins

Our newsletter provides updates on the activities of the Committee to Address Anti-Asian Bias and Racism, including events and other timely information.

Wednesday, February 23, 2022
Message to CAABR
We are heartbroken to learn of the devastating and senseless murders of Michelle Go and Christina Lee. Since the pandemic nearly two thirds of anti-Asian hate victims have been women – these are the ones that have been reported. According to the FBI, anti-Asian hate crimes increased by 73%. This murder is an abrupt reminder of the important work that needs to be carried out to overcome anti-Asian bias and racism.

Thursday, February 17, 2022
Addressing Microaggressions in the Workplace
Happy Thursday, Mount Sinai Community, Last year, we wrote about Mount Sinai’s policy on racist patient or guest behavior, and it was one of our most-read newsletters to date. So this week we’re expanding on the topic by examining how we can best address microaggressions at Mount Sinai.

Thursday, February 3, 2022
Road Map Bulletin: Recognizing Holocaust Remembrance Day and Celebrating the Lunar New Year and Black History Month
This week, we’re highlighting three important observances: Holocaust Remembrance Day (Thursday, January 27) and Lunar New Year and Black History Month (both of which started on Tuesday, February 1).

Friday, August 13, 2021
Committee to Address Anti-Asian Bias and Racism and Supporting Your Safety
We are pleased to announce the recent formation of the Committee to Address Anti-Asian Bias and Racism (CAABR). We formed this committee in April of this year to address the growing concerns and fears about the racism experienced by our Asian and Asian American colleagues. Co-chaired by Amanda Rhee, MD, and James Tsai, MD, the committee is tasked with engaging stakeholders from across the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Health System to develop and implement strategies to address anti-Asian bias and racism.