This past winter, the department of Public Health and Health Sciences hosted a course on the Flint Water Crisis in the format of a series of community forums. Over one thousand total attendees took advantage of this course, which featured leaders and experts in the Flint Water Crisis, and was offered free to the community, or as a one-credit course to students. Each session was captured on video, and is available here. To watch videos of previously discussed topics in the course, please visit our YouTube playlist.
*Views and opinions expressed in these lectures are those of the individual speakers. These views and opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the University of Michigan-Flint*
Public Health In The Community
Dr. Camara Jones and Social Determinants of Health
Dr. Camara Jones shares four allegories on "race" and racism. She hopes that these "telling stories" empower you to do something different, and that you will remember them and pass them on.
KPBS Investigative Reporter Amita Sharma speaks with president of the American Public Health Association, Dr. Camara Jones, and President of the Sand Diego-based Multicultural Health Foundation, Dr. Rodney G. Hood, about a public forum which tackles the issue of racial disparities in health care.