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Last In Line: Racism and the History of Public Health
Discrimination and public health have long gone hand in hand - whether it was the unethical targeting of marginalized communities without informed consent, as with the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, or today’s COVID-19 pandemic, which has highlighted inequity in health care between whites and communities of color. In this webinar, join Ed Tepporn, the Executive Director of Angel Island Immigration Station, and Nadine Gracia from Trust for America’s Health, as they use the history of public health to shine a light on ongoing discriminatory practices. They will also share ideas about how Sites of Conscience can serve as places and platforms to make health care more equitable and share public health information with communities who have been severely affected by discriminatory practices.

Apr 15, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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