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- Baltimore's Youth: Reducing Vulnerability to Improve Our Future
- April 03
On Monday, April 3, 2017, join the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute for the Sixth Annual Symposium on the Social Determinants of Health entitled Baltimore's Youth: Reducing Vulnerability to Improve Our Future. Featured speakers include William Julius Wilson (author and professor at Harvard University) and Alex Kotlowitz (author and documentarian).
Online registration before the event: $15.
Same day registration at the event: $30.
- Social Determinants of Health Symposium
- April 03
The Social Determinants of Health Symposium is an annual, day-long event that brings together national experts, local community leaders, city residents, and faculty and students from Baltimore colleges and universities to examine a pressing topic related to the root causes of health. This year's topic is Baltimore's Youth - Reducing Vulnerability to Improve Our Future. Join us for a day of panel discussions, small group breakout sessions, youth storytelling, and spoken word artists.
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