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"Community Conversations" with the Institute for Healing Justice and Equity
Join us for a month-long, virtual symposium!

Day 1 (April 6): Humanizing Equity
Humanizing equity is an approach to equity work that ensures the most marginalized people are the face of the solution and not the problem. This panel will feature experts in equity and inclusion to discuss ways to shift future practices so our work is community driven and inspired. Participants will be asked to bring potential equity efforts and prepare to talk about ways to humanize those efforts.

Day 2 (April 13): Equity in Education
Equity in education was a concern long before COVID-19. This panel will gather experts in education to discuss where we need to focus our attention and efforts as schools continue to navigate the pandemic on top of the ongoing struggle for equity in public schools. We will explore strategies that are showing promise and the innovation that will guide future practices.

Day 3 (April 20): Community Drivers for Equitable Solutions
To achieve equity in health, it must be defined by communities who are most affected by social and economic inequities. This panel will feature scholars, community members, and activists who are engaging in community-driven solutions to eliminate inequities in various contexts. Participants will discuss evidence-based and practice-informed strategies that range from developing community engagement strategies to the development, implementation, and evaluation of those strategies and their relationship to achieving health equity.

Day 4 (April 27): Employment and Health
The impact of employment on an individual’s health and well-being has often been ignored. However, COVID-19 has shown how employment not only limits an individual's ability to adopt healthy behaviors, but also increases exposure and susceptibility to disease.
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