Race, Racism, and Racial Equity Symposium: "Scholarship Addressing the Duel Pandemic of Racism and COVID-19"
April 19 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pmFree
April 19 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Our sixth event in the R3 series, “Scholarship Addressing the Dual Pandemic of Racism and COVID-19,“ will take place on April 19, 1:30-3 p.m.
The event will focus on the fact that the United States has been in a crisis – a pandemic caused by racism – since our very beginnings. COVID-19 has highlighted these racial inequities. While the pandemic is an international experience that touches everyone, the impact of COVID-19—physically, emotionally, and economically—is not equal. Scholars from UNC’s Schools of Education, Public Health, and Social Work will present research on the coping strategies of Black women essential workers and their experiences with racism during the COVID-19 pandemic, advancing equity through public health critical race practice, and Black parent perspectives of school experiences during COVID.
- Travis Albritton
- Sarah Boland, MPH, Doctorate in Public Health candidate, Department of Community & Behavioral Health
- Maya Bracy, PhD student, Applied Developmental Science and Special Education Program, UNC School of Education
- Rachel Goode, PhD, MPH, MSW, assistant professor, UNC School of Social Work and Center for Eating Disorder Excellence
- Meghan Greene, third-year doctoral student in School Psychology, UNC School of Education
- Hanna Huffstetler, PhD student, Department of Health Behavior, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
- Caitlin R. Williams, PhD candidate, Department of Maternal and Child Health, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
Please register and a Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the event