Without question, the last 12 months have challenged the nation and raised important questions about how we will be in relationship as a community and a society. Given the COVID-19 pandemic; political uncertainty and conflict; as well as social unrest due to racism and police violence against Black people — we are all trying to find our way forward, to a better us.
With that in mind and to support our commitment to health equity, justice, and diversity– the Institute for the Advancement of Community Health and Furman Humanities Center are hosting a virtual session with nationally-known speaker, strategist, master facilitator, public health leader, and President & CEO of CommonHealth ACTION, Natalie Burke.
We had our first session January 19th and there’s one more opportunity to take part in the virtual event:
- February 23, 2021, 1:00-5:00 p.m.
We hope that you will join us for this important event and conversation. To register for the event, click here.