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Many Mayo Clinic staff participated today in a moment of silent reflection and expression, joining with health care professionals across the country to express their commitment to improve the health and safety of people of color.
Today's events such as #whitecoatsforblacklives offered an opportunity for organizations and their staff to come together in solidarity to recognize racism as a public health issue.
Images from various Mayo Clinic campus locations:
Staff across the Mayo Clinic Health System, Arizona, Florida and Minnesota took part.
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