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The Anti-Opression Series

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

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.

Click here to register

Contact:
Deborah Wilson DebWilson@jhu.edu 413 822 -3632
Sponsor:
Winner of 2017 Diversity Inclusion Grant (DIG)