S.L.A.M. is a coalition of student-led organizations representing marginalized and underrepresented populations in medicine and advocating for racial, economic, and gender equity at Tulane University School of Medicine. S.L.A.M. is composed of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), Latin American Medical Student Association (LAMSA), Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA), and Medical Student Pride Alliance (MSPA).  In promoting inclusivity and equality regardless of racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, gender, or sexual identity, we will collectively collaborate with the administration to develop policies and curriculum changes, which promote inclusionary practices, culturally sensitive medical education, and the development of culturally humble physicians.  Additionally, we aim to advocate for our collective communities within New Orleans through community service, education, and health advocacy projects in partnership with local leaders and groups.

SLAM Coalition - Addressing the Racism Epidemic Webinar Series

Racial Microaggressions -- Sonia Malhotra, MD, MS, FAAP

Issues of Social Justice and Health Disparities in New Orleans: Views from a Native Son -- Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, FACC, FAHA, FASPC, FNLA

8/31/2020 - Recorded minutes from the session.
American Medicine Was Built On The Backs Of Slaves: A Brief Overview From Its Inception To Modern Times -- Isis Smith, MD, AAHIVS and Erica Tate, MD

Virus, Borders, and Barriers: A Discussion Centered Around Healthcare for Migrants and Asylum Seekers in the Time of Covid-19 -- Anjali Niyogi, MD, MPH

Anti-Racism in Medical Education - Frameworks to Dismantle White Supremacy -- Joe Truglio, MD, MPH

Racism in Psychiatry -- Lauren Teverbaugh, MD, FAAP