Black Reparations—How to Hold the Nation Accountable — quotes Dean Sandro Galea and Candice Belanoff, clinical associate professor of community health sciences
Ahead of a Diversity & Inclusion Seminar, William Darity, professor of public policy at Duke University, on reparations, the racial wealth gap, and the culpability of the United States government.
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During her residency at SPH, performance artist Rhodessa Jones spoke to students in a trauma-informed care class about how she uses stories to help incarcerated women achieve resilience.
The 400 Years of Inequality Dean’s Symposium convened keynote speakers Cornell William Brooks and Neera Tanden, as well as scholars, lawyers, and activists, for a day of heartfelt discussions on the history and impact of racial inequality in America.
The Activist Lab invites the SPH community to add to the timeline in the Talbot Lobby throughout the month of October.