Black Reparations—How to Hold the Nation Accountable — quotes Dean Sandro Galea and Candice Belanoff, clinical associate professor of community health sciences
At the opening session of the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting, Dean Sandro Galea provided keynote remarks in which he called upon attendees to take on health barriers such as racism, poverty, and climate change.
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.
Shape-Up, led by Jonathan Jay, uses satellite imagery, machine learning, and community reports to show where improving public spaces can reduce gun violence.
Colleges Struggle to Help Growing Number of Students with Mental Health Trouble — quotes Sarah Lipson, assistant professor of health law, policy & management
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.
To end racial health gaps, we must address the past that informs them.
The Activist Lab invites the SPH community to add to the timeline in the Talbot Lobby throughout the month of October.
Is Racism a Public Health Crisis? Black Men in KC Have the Shortest Life Expectancy — mentions Dean Sandro Galea
How Colleges Can Help Transgender Students Struggling with Mental Health — quotes Sarah Lipson and Julia Raifman, assistant professors of health law, policy & management