Building on its long-standing commitment to health equity, Maryland-based Luminis Health redoubled its efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic to chart a road map to leading as an anti-racist organization, writes Tamiko Stanley, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at the organization, a member of AHA’s Living Learning Network. Read more.

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