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The Anti-Opression Series

Wed. Sep 13, 2017 12:00pm - 1:15pm
JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health Johns Hopkins University
Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N. Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, MD 21205 View Map Link

What roles do the history and continuation of genocide, slavery, eugenics, and medical experimentation play in the lives of the communities we seek to serve? How can using an anti-oppressive lens help center the lived experiences and needs of marginalized populations to achieve equitable health access and better health outcomes? This fall LEAD [Liberate, Eradicate, Activate, to Dismantle] invites you to join  an interactive workshop series that provides students, faculty and staff with the  language and tools to incorporate anti-oppressive frameworks into public health practice.

Workshop 1: Join us in the first of our anti-oppression series! In this workshop we will:

  • Build shared language to discuss and better understand anti-oppressive frameworks;
  • Critically reflect on the ways in which our personal intersecting identities affect our lived experiences and public health practice

Offered on September 13th & 15th in room W3008 in Bloomberg from 12:00PM-1:20PM; lunch will be provided.

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Deborah Wilson 413 822 -3632
Winner of 2017 Diversity Inclusion Grant (DIG)