Trans and Nonbinary Nurses’ Workplace Experiences

Nurse researchers Jordan Bosse and Raeann LeBlanc are organizing a really exciting digital storytelling project centering the experiences of transgender and gender nonconforming nurses. Learn more about their work in the except below and get more information by visiting the project website (link here). Why are you doing this project?┬áTransgender and nonbinary nurses are practically... Continue Reading →

Nurses in the Diaspora

Join Kularts for online convenings centered around the upcoming project Nursing These Wounds. Nursing These Wounds investigates the impacts of colonization on diasporic Pilipinx health and caregiving, particularly through the lens and stories of Pilipinx nurses, whose experiences with Westernized medical education and subsequent migrations laid the groundwork for the continuing global export of Pilipino... Continue Reading →

Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing

Join the crew over at NurseManifest for the series they are putting on entitled "Overdue Reckoning on Racism and Nursing." Led by nurse-midwife Dr. Lucinda Canty and supported by Dr. Peggy Chinn and Dr. Christina Nyriati, this series begins on September 12th and will reoccur every Saturday for five weeks. Learn more at NursingManifest (link... Continue Reading →


As we think about the additional work that needs to be done in our discipline to build a more just, equitable future for nursing, we see merit in reading important works. But we also know reading is not enough. Join us for a Reading-to-Action initiative, a collaborative effort including Jess and co-conspirator, nurse radical, and... Continue Reading →

Nursing Mutual Aid event!

Join Nursing Mutual Aid for a bilingual Twitter discussion of documentary Fire and Flood: Queer Resilience in the Era of Climate Change on June 26th, 2020, at 5 pm EST. The documentary, created by in partnership with #QTPOC communities in #PuertoRico & #California, explores intersections of #Climate and sustainability, #HumanRights, #Racism and colonialism, #DisasterCapitalism... Continue Reading →


Happy Juneteenth, y'all! Image from the Modern Mama Jama. Radical Nurses Collective honors the collective freedom that was secured on June 19, 1865, when enslaved African Americans in Texas learned of the end of the Civil War and their emancipation. Learn more about Juneteenth from the National Museum of African American History and Culture with... Continue Reading →

Radical Nursing is Antiracist.

Radical Nurses Collective stands in solidarity with protestors agitating all around the United States. We condemn state violence and call for nursing to engage in active, substantive, and good faith ways. Mobilize your nursing identity to support antiracist efforts. Recognize that protests are a manifestation of hundreds of years of systemic and structural oppression. Work... Continue Reading →

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