Monday, September 18 at 1:00pm
1975 Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Achieving Health Equity: Tools for a National Campaign Against Racism
A Lecture by Camara Jones
Race and Health in America: The Medical Humanities, Arts, and Ethics Series
Reception to follow.
Admission is free. Reservations requested. RSVP at the links below beginning Wednesday, August 23, at 9 a.m.
USC Students, Staff, and Faculty: RSVP
USC Alumni: RSVP
General Public: RSVP
The Medical Humanities, Arts, and Ethics Series engages core issues facing the health of individuals and society. Focusing on race and health in America, the series will feature Dr. Camara Jones, the immediate past president of the American Public Health Association. Dr. Jones will discuss her research on the structural causes of unequal race-associated health outcomes. Her remarkable “illustrated” tales about racism and the barriers to health equity foster dialogue, enhance understanding, and inspire advocacy to end racism and injustice in health care. Jones is a senior fellow at the Satcher Health Leadership Institute and the Cardiovascular Research Institute at the Morehouse School of Medicine. She previously served as an assistant professor at the Harvard School of Public Health and a medical officer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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I Can Make a Difference
A Lecture by Marian Wright Edelman
Thursday, March 29, 2018, at 4 p.m.
Mayer Auditorium, Health Sciences Campus
For more info, click here.
Presented by USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative. Organized by Pamela Schaff (Family Medicine and Pediatrics), Alexander Capron (Law and Medicine), Lyn Boyd-Judson (Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics), Ron Ben-Ari (Internal Medicine), and Lynn Kysh (USC Libraries). Co-sponsored by the Keck School of Medicine’s HEAL Program (Humanities, Ethics/Economics, Art, and the Law), the USC Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics, and the Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics.
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