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Social and Structural Determinants of Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathleen Durham
11:16
good afternoon
Angela Mata
12:47
hi ijeoma!!
Alex Watson
23:51
I can hear but not see the video currently.
Kristiana Kaufmann
29:37
can we get the link to this study!!!
Alex Watson
31:26
Yes, please! The link would be great!
Ijeoma Opara
31:39
We will share these resources
Ijeoma Opara
31:43
yes!!! absolutely
Ijeoma Opara
31:51
Kate, can we spotlight the speakers?
Ijeoma Opara
32:53
Use “speaker view”
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
34:56
April 2018 Journal of the National Medical Association - “The Relationship Between Structural Racism and Black-“White Disparities in Fatal Police Shooting at the State Level” - Aldina Mesic, et al - I will find a hyperlink
Kristiana Kaufmann
35:37
thank you!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
36:52
Age 11 for Black Boys
Laura Scobey
37:16
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Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
37:20
David R. Williams - Harvard T.H. Chan
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
37:59
Thank you Dr. Daveluy
Ijeoma Opara
38:45
thank you dr. Daveluy!
Ijeoma Opara
39:34
We need to unpack the roots of scientific and medical racism which we are still perpetuating today
Ijeoma Opara
40:54
In our practices and processes
Ijeoma Opara
41:10
And research
Liying Zhang
41:45
Excellent presentation! Appreciate it! Thanks you!
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
41:54
This is great information! Dr. O is this being broadcasted on FB?
Ijeoma Opara
42:05
No, ma’am.
Ijeoma Opara
42:13
but will make available upon request
Ijeoma Opara
42:51
Important book for everyone to read: “Medical Apartheid” by Harriet Washington
Ijeoma Opara
43:10
Which really lays out what Dr. Claiborne is summarizing
Sunday Ilechukwu
43:12
You missed John Carrothers work for the WHO in which he theorized frontal lobe hypofunction/underdevelopment in Africans.
Ijeoma Opara
43:39
Thank you Sunday, so important
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
43:54
Dr. Claiborne this is amazing information!!!
Sunday Ilechukwu
44:49
There was a scientific facade
Ijeoma Opara
45:32
In today’s parlance, we have all heard talk in our ERs and ORs and clinics as “They don’t care about their health”
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
46:38
COVID shined a light on disparities..which were caused by racism
Alex Watson
47:17
Dr. Opara, that is EXACTLY the way it's said!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
48:53
That is the fear of ALL patients - the DNR/DNI because they are BLACK!
Skyller Walkes
49:36
TELL THE STORY!!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
50:40
Check out this website!!!! It’s amazing!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
50:50
mappingpoliceviolence.org
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
50:53
I'm too excited listening to this!
Ijeoma Opara
50:58
Physician care very powerful
Ijeoma Opara
51:09
Physicians are very powerful
Iris Johnston
52:08
Can anyone recommend a resource where I could read more about this idea of Natural Selection having racist implications? Because that never occurred to me but it seems so obvious now, and I'd like to learn more.
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
52:09
As a Policy Maker I am heartened to hear this presentation from you Dr. Claiborne! This is awesome!!! Round of Applause!
Toni Johnson Liggins
52:13
Thank you for the that, Dr, Claiborne!
Skyller Walkes
53:26
Excellent and authentic presentation! Thank you, Dr. Claiborne!
Sunbal Ashraf
53:47
well said, Dr. Opara
Sunday Ilechukwu
54:45
Thanks Dr Clairborne. Africans share this pain forget about their apparent passivity.
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
56:35
Respectfully, to ONLY feel discomfort when speaking about racism and historic atrocities that it’s produced, is in and of itself a privilege that must be acknowledged.
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
57:17
Agree Dr. Skyller Walkes. Thank you!
Ijeoma Opara
57:55
Agreed Dr. Walkes. Agreed.
Joseph Claiborne
58:51
Thank you for the compliments everyone
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
59:23
Here we go with LAWS…this is a thread through this entire presentation…
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
59:30
Awesome!
Joseph Claiborne
59:55
I also failed to mention that in every century of white supremacy there were men and women who DID VALUE BLACK LIVES
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:00:29
Thank goodness it looks like that number of allies is growing today!
Ijeoma Opara
01:00:30
Link to the video played in the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llci8MVh8J4
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:01:10
Now we have video!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:01:24
FB live!
Ijeoma Opara
01:01:33
another good video: https://youtu.be/RZgkjEdMbSw
Joseph Claiborne
01:01:48
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFcyjX3kpyQ&feature=youtu.be This is my whole presentation
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:02:01
Latonya drop the link please so I can share.
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:02:09
Thank you for sharing Dr. Claiborne!
Ijeoma Opara
01:02:25
https://youtu.be/Wf4cea5oObY
Sunday Ilechukwu
01:03:18
Twana seems to be calling on all of us to improve our video making and sharing skills. Citizen journalism!
Vicki Sapp
01:03:48
NAACP has resources https://naacp.org/coronavirus/coronavirus-resources/
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:04:42
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0027968417303206
Richard Sofoluke
01:05:47
this is a good one as well https://www.instagram.com/p/CBOlbvNjRnj/
Kristiana Kaufmann
01:06:03
that is the best reply I have heard so far!!
Jarrett Weinberger
01:06:29
officer Powell... can we trust police officers given the roots of policing and their specific training throughout the decades?
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:09:08
Commander Powell thank you for that historical perspective of law enforcement and the original purpose of police officers.
Vicki Sapp
01:10:16
FREE NAACP Social Justice Class. Offered virtually every Tuesday at 8pm. Teachings about race that you didn't get in school. Go to NAACP Website to register. They had 700 participants for the first class this past Tuesday and opened the registration for more...
Joseph Claiborne
01:10:43
the crack baby- New England Journal Medicine, Ira Chasnoff MD
Joseph Claiborne
01:10:52
First published in 1985
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:11:12
Vicki Sapp - Is there a link? This is something that I want to share.
Chyrisha Rucker
01:11:42
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1467758/?from_term=Geronimus+AT&from_cauthor_id=1467758&from_pos=1
Peter Blackmer
01:12:24
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/05/americas-racial-contract-showing/611389/?utm_source=feed&fbclid=IwAR03RNkvnDrTcwznfz2_elnsHVcnASsiMpGdDQxpDmpyE-QVWwuetjQj2M0
Peter Blackmer
01:12:46
On the social contract and racial contract
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:13:07
These are great links! Keep them coming!
Joseph Claiborne
01:13:34
No empathy, no concern.
Joseph Claiborne
01:13:48
Amen
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:14:00
Absolutely chronic!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:14:51
Talking about the black body…please read “I am not your negro” - James Baldwin
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
01:16:09
Brilliantly said, Dr. Opara!
Rhonda Dailey
01:16:28
Black doctors, researchers, and research assistants must speak up everytime they see racism and implicit bias. The patient depends on us. I practice this everyday, and it is exhausting, but absolutely necessary. If not you, then who?
Lauren Broussard
01:17:21
Please consider reading ‘Killing the Black Body’ by Dorothy Roberts
Lauren Broussard
01:19:35
Another book: ‘Racism without Racists’ by Bonilla-Silva
Rhonda Dailey
01:20:25
We appreciate your very hard work Rep. Gay-Dagnogo!
Anika Bender
01:20:57
Agreed @Rhonda Dailey
mohamad bazzi
01:22:46
Wishing you a multitude of blessings Representative Gay-Dagnogo. Thank you for your hard work and service!!
Rhonda Dailey
01:22:54
YOU INSPIRE US!!
Lauren Broussard
01:23:12
https://www.detroitjustice.org/highwayrobbery
Ijeoma Opara
01:23:53
START SUBMITTING QUESTIONS. PLEASE
Alex Watson
01:23:58
Wow...
Lauren Broussard
01:25:07
https://europepmc.org/article/med/1467758
Lauren Broussard
01:25:17
The weathering hypothesis
Joseph Claiborne
01:25:37
Thanks Lauren. I was just about to ask you about this
Tracy Smith
01:27:10
Thanks Rep. Gay-Dagnogo
mohamad bazzi
01:27:57
As a non-Black minority do to Black friends and family dealing with the stress associated with systemic racism?
Alex Watson
01:28:44
I am the program coordinator for an orthopedic surgery residency in the southern Midwest. I'm also the only black person in our department. Where do I begin these conversations with my residents as a non-physician?
Joseph Claiborne
01:30:03
Alex, I started my conversation by sending an email to my co residents
Ijeoma Opara
01:30:09
Representative Gay-Gagnogo, can you comment on the what is being implemented in the state in terms of resources for police de-escalation training, alternate use of force, making death while in police custody data public and collecting this data. What is the state of Michigan doing to implement these recommendations from the US Commission on Civil Rights? thank yo
Ijeoma Opara
01:30:12
From Nabil:
Peter Blackmer
01:31:33
Lauren, could you speak about how police violence relates to structural violence against Black women (cis, trans, and queer)?
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:31:45
Alex: Law Enforcement Work Groups have been established in the House and Senate; however, last Thursday, Senate Judiciary heard Sen. Jeff Irwin's bill for de-escalation, and it passed out of committee. Next to the floor.
Sunday Ilechukwu
01:32:34
Just for information: There is a Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, a Special interest group of the American psychiatric association. Its proceedings are often published from the McGill Journal - Trnascultural Psychiatry
Michelle Brock, MA
01:33:06
good science and good theology go together because they both have Truth as their source.
mohamad bazzi
01:33:31
sorry, As a non-Black minority, how can I be of service to Black friends and family dealing with stress associated with systemic racism?
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:34:00
There is no such thing as being “white”.
Joseph Claiborne
01:34:04
Mohamed listen to them and believe them
Joseph Claiborne
01:34:26
Give them the benefit of the doubt
Elizabeth Kuchinski
01:35:10
There is a change.org petition called "Demand AAMC & NBME to mandate teaching race as a social construct in medical schools." Here's the link: https://www.change.org/p/nbme-demand-aamc-nbme-to-mandate-teaching-race-as-a-social-construct-in-medical-schools?recruiter=1114878640&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=sms&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial&utm_term=share_petition&recruited_by_id=e85a6d80-ab82-11ea-b4fa-472e2d58f6a5
Alpana Garg
01:35:27
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4631137/
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:36:12
Mohamed - Please educate yourself and tell others to educate themselves. There are so many books. There are so many documentaries.
Richard Sofoluke
01:36:46
Mohamad, also consciously think of the response you may begin to say before you say it and think of why you're saying that response. Ask yourself "Does my response actually place this person's feelings at the center or am I having a bias influence my response?"
Ijeoma Opara
01:37:34
people’s stories are data
Peter Blackmer
01:37:35
Yes Lauren!
Peter Blackmer
01:37:38
Say that!
Ijeoma Opara
01:37:52
Interrogate our marriage to quantitative studies
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
01:38:08
THANK YOU, Lauren!! We as academics must shed our own colonized thinking around what merits “real” research!
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
01:38:26
Let’s ask ourselves from whom we learned that...
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:38:46
Qualitative studies = stories
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
01:39:38
And those of us with the letters must continue to push back and stand in that gap for our students and young researchers!
Lauren Broussard
01:40:10
Yes, never be afraid to call out and call in our colleagues
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:40:46
Absolutely, Dr. Walkes!
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
01:41:00
Yes! I continue to do that and receive the figurative lashes that come with speaking truth to power. Yet, my head remains bloodied, but UNBOWED!
HEidi Kromrei
01:42:30
Thank you, Dr. Opara, and thank you to all of the panel for sharing your wisdom, passion and pain with us today.
Mandy Fisher
01:42:33
Thank you Rep. Gay. you were amazing.
Hamsa Gabbara
01:42:35
GREAT GREAT presentation! God bless you all 🙏🏻
Steven Daveluy
01:42:41
Thanks, everyone so much!
Elizabeth Kuchinski
01:42:42
Deepest thanks to each and every panelist!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:42:43
Thank you Dr. Nnodim Opara!
Steven Daveluy
01:42:43
This was really great
Sarah Wilson
01:42:44
Thank you so much for this presentation!
Eleanor Fortner-Buczala
01:42:48
Thank you all so much
mohamad bazzi
01:42:57
Thank you so much for this amazing opportunity!
Michelle Brock, MA
01:42:58
thank you to Dr. Opara and all speakers! let’s do more of these. 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏻❤️
Julia Hendricks
01:43:06
Amazing presentation, thank you all!
Mandy Fisher
01:43:09
This was absolutely amazing. Many tears.
Rhonda Dailey
01:43:15
Thank you all--good presentation.
Salina Rivera
01:43:16
Great presentation! Thank you!
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:43:20
Thank you all! Forgive the tears.... But this was therapeutic for me!!!
Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
01:43:25
AMAZING!! Thank you, everyone!! I appreciate how many folks are continuing to challenge and disrupt systems of inequity now and evermore. Be safe!
Liying Zhang
01:43:30
Thank you, Dr. Opara!
Alex Watson
01:43:55
Thank you all for this!
Anika Bender
01:44:01
Thank you panelists and Dr. Opara! Amazing discussion and content!
Kelechi A
01:44:02
great presentation. thank you Dr Nnodim-Opara and the intelligent panelists for your time and wisdom.
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:44:04
SherryGay-Dagnogo@house.mi.gov
Lauren Broussard
01:44:04
Never apologize for your tears
Peter Blackmer
01:44:09
Thank you to everyone on screen and behind the scenes for all of the work to put on this important conversation!
Laura Scobey
01:44:11
Thank you so much!
Jessica Knapp
01:44:13
This was amazing. Thank you to all the panelists!!
Emel O.
01:44:14
Amazing discussions and speeches. As a black, Nigerian-American male, they all really hit home for me. I just want to add what information I can to this question -For what to do as a non-black individual: Be mindful about acknowledging and giving value to the thoughts and experiences of black persons. In your space, be mindful of the power/influence you wield as physicians, scientist, epidemiologist, author, lawyer, congressperson, etc…. In all spaces, you should see it as necessary to spread awareness where it may be lacking… Additionally, use those same spaces to ADD to the current knowledge - publish cases on the impact of racism on individuals/groups (just as you would for novel diseases or disease presentations), DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT, so studies can be actually performed; and advocate outside of your spaces as a tax-paying citizen within your local government.
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:44:15
Thank you Lauren!
Richard Sofoluke
01:44:17
Thank you for hosting this conversation! I learned so much and all the panelists I thank you!
Yen Luu
01:44:24
Thank you so much for the amazing presentations!
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:44:35
Sherry4StateRep@gmail.com (313) 643-5323 (LEAD)
Emel O.
01:44:53
Also please refer to this AMA-sponsored discourse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_D0Oio0i9Y#action=share
Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
01:44:53
You're amazing Dr. O!
Latonya Riddle-Jones MD, MPH
01:44:58
Thank you to the participants!