Public Health Crisis: Structural and Systemic Racism
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This session started a conversation about institutional and systematic racism. Panelists addressed current initiatives that the academic public health community have taken to address structural and systemic racism, and explored ideas to inform an approach and path forward.
This session was the opening plenary for the 2020 ASPPH Virtual Sections Retreat. All ASPPH -member deans and primary program representatives are invited to join us for this important discussion.
Welcome: Laura Magaña, President and CEO, ASPPH
Moderator: Sandro Galea, Dean, Boston University School of Public Health
- Linda Alexander, Senior Associate Dean for Academic, Student, and Faculty Affairs. West Virginia University School of Public Health
- Kauline Cipriani, Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence, University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health
- Perry N. Halkitis, Dean, Rutgers School of Public Health
- Thomas A. LaVeist, Dean, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine