Events

Past Event

How Racism Affects Public Health

November 5, 2020
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Online

Event Description

Join BioBus for their third town hall series on a topic that you – the BioBus community and students – asked for space and time to discuss. The series continues with “How Racism Affects Public Health.” What is public health? What is mental health? How do both public and mental health relate to racism? Does racism impact your own experience with a doctor, therapist, or healthcare provider? Do certain diseases impact people of some races more or less than others?

Event Speakers

  • Tenyá Blackwell, Director of Community Engagement and Research at the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health
  • Howard Crumpton, Principal Owner and Clinical Psychologist at Reach Out Therapy, LLC
  • Nikesha Gilmore, Research Assistant Professor of Surgery at University of Rochester

Event Information

Free and open to the public; designed for K-12 students. Please visit the event webpage for additional information and live stream. 

Hosted by BioBus as part of a 2020 Public Outreach Grant from the Center for Science and Society. Also supported by the Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University.