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Advancing Black Feminism in Public Health: From Thought Leadership to Practice

May 22, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT


careersAdvancing black feminism in public health is the “radical” idea that black women as thought leaders and health advocates should be moved from “the margins to the center” of the fight against health disparities disproportionately impacting black women. Black feminism serves as a legitimate framework in public health for guiding research, planning, programs, treatment, partnerships, practices, and policies designed to address health disparities and inequities.

This workshop engages public health professionals and activists on how to integrate black feminist theory as a way to enhance health education and promotion aimed at better health outcomes for black women and girls. This webinar is a great tool toward making the culture humility case for those championing health equity.


May 22, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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10 G Street N.E.
Washington, 20002 United States
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