As members of a people-oriented field, speech–language pathologists have a responsibility to ensure that their daily practice isn’t racist.
As a business that educates SLPs, The Informed SLP has a responsibility to ensure our colleagues have the information to identify what racism is, and the many forms it can take, so that they can become actively anti-racist.
We aren’t going to write a traditional business statement this week, because others have already done it beautifully. This one is fantastic. (And you all know that we’re fans of quoting smart people who make smart statements.)
What we WILL write to you all is a promise:
Sincerely, and in solidarity,
Meredith Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP
Owner of The Informed SLP