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Our mission is to serve individuals and families who are often marginalized because of their “differences.” This past year, as the COVID-19 pandemic sharply revealed our nation’s long-standing health and education disparities, we acted quickly to provide ongoing services to our patients and students, and their families. And as people gathered across the country to protest racism and social injustice, we looked critically at how we could better help our patients, students and families experiencing the traumatic effects of racism—and at what we could do to reduce or eliminate disparities in the care and education we deliver, and in the work environment we foster for our colleagues.

In this special issue of Potential, we take a closer look at this topic, sharing with you what we’re doing and where we are headed. We hope you’ll join us in working together to help make our society more equitable and inclusive.

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