Addressing racism as a public health crisis
Stand Against Racism

About the Event

Public health is — and always has been — central to racial justice work.

In this virtual town hall event, Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis on Thursday, April 22 at 3 pm ET,  YWCA USA will convene a panel of trailblazers who have been central to declaring and addressing racism as a public health crisis.

Join us as we discuss the connections between racism and public health outcomes, how to implement public health practices to effectively identify and address racial injustice in our communities, and community engagement and public policy strategies to advance racial equity through a public health lens.

Register today for a powerful event uplifting the voices of public health professionals, advocates, and trailblazers doing the work to improve the future for people of color!

April 22, 2021 · 3:00 - 4:30 pm et

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Distinguished Speakers

Elisha Rhodes

Interim CEO, YWCA USA

Margaret Mitchell

President and CEO, YWCA Greater Cleveland

Regina Davis Moss

PhD, MPH, Associate Executive Director, American Public Health Association

Faith Crittenden

Incoming Pediatric Resident, Yale New Haven Health

Nicole Austin-Hillery

Executive Director, US Program, Human Rights Watch

Sung Yeon Choimorrow

Executive Director, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

Stand Against Racism!

We take a Stand Against Racism every day by raising awareness about the impact of institutional and structural racism and by building community among those who work for racial justice. Our collective efforts can root out injustice, transform institutions, and create a world that sees women, girls, and people of color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable. Join Us!