CPSolvers Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Podcast – Episode 11: Racism, Redlining, and the Path Towards Reconciliation


Summary: This episode is part of a 3-part series on Race, Place, and Health. In this episode, we invite Mr. Richard Rothstein, distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and acclaimed author of the book,┬áThe Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, and Professor Fernando De Maio, PhD director of … Continue reading CPSolvers Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Podcast – Episode 11: Racism, Redlining, and the Path Towards Reconciliation

Oct 19 – RWJF Commission Launch Event


An invitation to the launch of the report from the RWJF Commission to Transform our Public Health Data Systems. Details below, registration link here. Centering Equity in Data:Transforming Our Public Health Data Systems The COVID-19 pandemic laid bare the deficits of our public health and health data infrastructure and illuminated the ways in which structural racism perpetuates health … Continue reading Oct 19 – RWJF Commission Launch Event

“Confronting Racism in Health Care Delivery: An Imperative to Improve the Public’s Health” Panel


Structural racism, implicit bias and discrimination in health care settings factor into longstanding health disparities in the U.S. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated these inequities in Black and Latinx/Hispanic communities in particular. This event will examine the broader context of race and racism in health services and care, seeking to identify ways to address the … Continue reading “Confronting Racism in Health Care Delivery: An Imperative to Improve the Public’s Health” Panel

Episode #8 of Equal Hope’s podcast- Disrupting Privilege: Conversations on Race and Health


John McIlwain and Mary Richardson Lowry talk to authors Fernando De Maio & Maureen Benjamins about their new book, “Unequal Cities: Structural Racism & the Death Gap in America’s Largest Cities.”  The core of their discussion centered on the importance of data in furthering the discussion around structural racism and poor health outcomes.  “The diseases … Continue reading Episode #8 of Equal Hope’s podcast- Disrupting Privilege: Conversations on Race and Health

June 2 – Healing Journeys: Turning to Grief in Community with Misty De Berry


The Healing Justice Dialogue Series is offering a space to cultivate a communal space for healing in the context of loss and grief that so many of us and so many others have experienced this past year. Join us for Healing Journeys: Turning to Grief in Community with Misty De Berry on Wednesday, June 2 … Continue reading June 2 – Healing Journeys: Turning to Grief in Community with Misty De Berry