Awakening Our Democracy - The Legacy of Slavery on Public Health

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
12:00pm to 1:15pm

The legacy of slavery has shaped nearly every facet of modern life for all in the United States, and is a driving force behind health disparities in communities of color. Please join us for an important discussion about the long-term impacts of slavery on public health.

Moderator:
Suzanne Goldberg, EVP Office of University Life

Panelists:
Micaela Martinez - Assistant Professor Environmental Health Sciences
Geraldine Downey - Robert Johnston Niven Professor of Humane Letters in Psychology
Samuel Roberts - Associate Professor of History of Sociomedical Sciences
Courtney Cogburn -- Associate Professor of Social Work

RSVP is required, please bring your CUID.