Discussing the “co-benefits” of decarbonization for health and climate change mitigation
Zaitoon By Dr. Butool Hisam Public Health and the Pulpit Source: Wikimedia Commons Just 250 miles south of the capital of Tunisia, the northernmost African country and a hidden tourist paradise, lies the city of Al Qarawayan. Though this country is famous for its glorious sandy beaches and historical monuments, what is less known is […]
Lindsay Rosenfeld, ScD, ScM talks with physician, researcher and children’s author Dr. Kimberly Narain about her book: Cycle of a Dream – A Kids’ Introduction to Structural Racism in America (#6)
How do we talk to kids (and others) about structural racism? Why, a children’s book, of course!
UpwardStream Politics and the Downward Negative Health outcomes that impact Us all Part 2: Interview with Attorney Daniel Dawes.
Daniel E. Dawes, J.D., is a widely respected lawyer, author, scholar, educator, and leader in the health equity, health reform, and mental health movements, is director of the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia and a professor of health law, policy and management.
True Curriculum By Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 3: American Education- Flawed by Design? Part II Today we’re talking about We have to talk about this uncanny prison resemblance some more… It is good to see you again! Let’s get right into it. Last week we discussed the physical design of most modern American public schools. […]
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 2: American Education – Flawed by Design? Part I Last time we talked we explored the topic of education, its purpose, and how given our idealistic definition of education, America’s version may not add up. Today, we’re digging further into the design of the American education system, specifically, the […]
Rebecca Elliott discusses public education with Allen Baugh, high school teacher and advocate for radical education for Black students
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 6: Lessons from a Black Educator Today we get to listen to an educator Welcome back! Last week we talked about the “Black and White ” of American education; in other words, how what we are taught (and not taught) in school exists to replicate the racial hierarchy that […]
True Curriculum By Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 4: So if we don’t educate…what are we doing? What exactly are we teaching in schools? Welcome back! Last time we were here we wrapped up our discussion on both the inward and outward design of school-prisons, which is how I will be addressing public schools from this […]
This vlog discusses the critical need for more dental professionals in rural areas.
The i-value By Javaid Iqbal Why the health of the incarcerated people in US matters The United States of America is often called the land of free and home of the brave. Yet, nearly 2.2 million adults are locked in prisons and jails across the United States as of 2016. If the number of people in prisons […]