February 22, 2023
Black History Month is often condensed to a handful of memorable moments and events. Courageous stories of slaves freed through the Underground Railroad are contrasted with historic moments like the famous “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
At TriHealth, we value Representation, Identity and Diversity. This year, like many others, we want to acknowledge and uplift African Americans' contributions in healthcare and across industries nationally.
Black History Month Trivia
Black History Month trivia questions will be posted on Bridge each week throughout the month of February where team members can win prizes every Tuesday and Thursday.
Week 3 Trivia: Click here to try your hand at this week’s Black History Month trivia!
Four winners will be selected each week. And a new round of trivia questions will be posted here at the start of each week, so be sure to check back often to participate!
Click here to see the list of trivia winners from Weeks 1 through 3. Congratulations!
Black History Month Book Club
Book: “Dear White Friend, the realities of race, the power of relationships, and our path to equity” by Mel Gravely. There will be a guided conversation to discuss the materials in the book pathways to equity and belonging. The dates/locations of each book club are listed below:
- Good Sam – Wednesday, February 22, from noon – 1:30 p.m. on the 4th floor, conference rooms A and B
- Norwood – Thursday, February 23, from noon – 1:30 p.m. in the Wallstreet A, B, & C Conference Rooms
- Bethesda North – Friday, February 24, from noon – 1:30 p.m. in Golder 1 & 2 Conference Rooms
Need a copy of the book? Books are available from the following people at their corresponding locations:
Good Samaritan: Jordan Wuest – 2nd floor administration
Bethesda North: Deana Wilsch, Mollie Bush – Ground Floor administration
Baldwin: DEIB Team – 10th floor
Norwood: Terrie Martin – Revenue Cycle
The books are free but team members have to sign-up and commit to a book club date to attend in order to receive a book.
Black History Month Physician Panels
African American physicians discuss health disparities and health issues that plague the African American Community. The dates are listed below:
- Bethesda North – Thursday, February 16, from 3 – 4 p.m.
- Good Sam – Tuesday, February 21, from 3 – 4 p.m.
Support Black Owned Businesses
To further support our business community, we encourage you to shop, visit and dine at local black-owned businesses across Greater Cincinnati. Click here for a brief list of businesses or visit The Voice of Black Cincinnati for a more comprehensive listing.
Click here: BHM 2023: TriHealth Black History Month Celebration (signupgenius.com) to sign up for the many engagement events we have planned for Black History Month 2023.Overall Rating: Comments:
Will you hold book discussions at a later date?
Posted by: Kathy Mcgrath on February 24, 2023
Will the Physician Panels be streamed live? I wfh.
Posted by: Brenda Washington on February 07, 2023
Hello, I don't see Mccullough Hyde as a location for a book pick up. Are we able to get some here?
Posted by: Danielle James on February 02, 2023
Will we receive a system wide email letting us know that the books are available?
Posted by: Erica Millender-Stephens on February 01, 2023
These are wonderful opportunities; Sharing with my team ASAP! FYI- Sign up genius shows a time for the Norwood Book Club 12:30-2pm, but the above information shows noon-1:30pm.
Posted by: Chelsey Wright on February 01, 2023
Will Joseph Beth have the Mel Gravely book available?
Posted by: Lesli Schmeltzer on January 31, 2023