- Orlando Health needs to offer Domestic Partner Benefits to employees.
- Orlando Health needs to create a diversity office where ALL voices are heard and empowered.
- Orlando Health needs to revise its patient and employee policies so that all people are ensured equal treatment at the hospital.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
I'm Blocked from Making Comments on Orlando Health's Facebook Page
For weeks now I have been periodically posting petition signer's comments on the new Orlando Health Facebook Fan Page. I have also provided other valuable feedback about things people and the organization have posted that fly in the face of true cultural competence. This morning I woke up and found out I've been 'unfriended' from their page. I was able to rejoin, but am not longer able to post anymore comments. NOTE - NOTHING I HAVE POSTED IS OFFENSIVE OR QUESTIONABLE - IT IS ALL FACTUAL AND COMES FROM A LEVEL MINDED PLACE.
BUT - everyone else can still post comments.
Please, if you haven't already join the Orlando Health Facebook Fan Page and let them know silencing a message of diversity and inclusion is wrong. Here are points to mention:
Then, email the hospital president at firstname.lastname@example.org demanding a response.
Central Florida Residents - This is YOUR hospital that is treating people unequally. My friends who are LGBT or people of color who work there are not equal in the workplace.
Everyone Else - The more light that is shed on this issue the better - like Dr. King said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
Alan L. Bounville
Former Orlando Health employee and current donor