It’s an Emergency! What are we doing about it? Environmental Justice & Emergency Response in Detroit

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Registration required. For in-person, refreshments served at 5:30 pm and the Program is 6:00-8:00 pm. In addition to Ms. Patterson, the event includes a Detroit Community Panel, moderated by Laprisha Berry Daniels (Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice): Ricky Ackerman (Eastside Community Network); Tammara Howard (What About Us & Belvidere Community Youth Block Club); Theresa Landrum

Bask in the Light: Art from LGBTQ+ Incarcerated Folks Across Michigan

Michigan League - Kalamazoo Room (2nd Floor) 911 N. University Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Bask in the Light: Art from LGBTQ+ Incarcerated Folks Across Michigan art exhibit centers the work of individuals incarcerated across the state of Michigan who identify across the LGBTQ+ spectrum and/or who identify as living with HIV/AIDS. Black and Pink at the School of Public Health welcomes the Michigan community to learn more about this

The Dr. John Lamont Peterson Annual Research Symposium

Palmer Commons - 4th Floor 100 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The annual Dr. John Lamont Peterson Annual Research Symposium is the culminating event for participants in the Student Opportunities for AIDS/HIV Research (SOAR) program. The symposium features a keynote, and presentations by SOAR scholars who share findings from their behavioral and social science research related to HIV and/or sexual and gender minority populations. This year’s

Advancing Health Equity in East Africa

Weiser Hall - 1010 450 Church St, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Join us for a conversation with Rwanda’s Minister of Health Dr. Sabin Nsanzimana. Our distinguished guest will discuss Rwanda's current efforts to strengthen its healthcare system, including significant expansions of the health workforce and international partnerships for education, advanced training, and health innovation. This community conversation is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Please

In Conversation with Shalanda Baker: Equity & Justice in the Energy Transition

Robertson Auditorium, Ross School of Business 701 Tappan, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The Honorable Shalanda H. Baker is the Director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at the U.S. Department of Energy and Secretarial Advisor on Equity. Prior to her Senate confirmation, she served as the nation's first-ever Deputy Director for Energy Justice. Before joining the Biden-Harris Administration, she was a Professor of Law, Public

The Love Jones Cohort: Single and Living Alone in the Black Middle Class

Weill Hall - 1110 Betty Ford Classroom 735 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Join the Center for Racial Justice in welcoming Dr. Kris Marsh, author and Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, to discuss her latest book The Love Jones Cohort: Single and Living Alone in the Black Middle Class. The Love Jones Cohort provides a nuanced understanding of how race, gender, and class, coupled

(Virtual Student Session) Let’s Get This Straight: Understanding LGBTQIA+ Identity & Cultivating Community Inclusion

Virtual MI

Want to better understand the identities within the acronym and beyond? This workshop breaks down important language and terminology related gender expansive experiences. Participants will understand important do’s and don'ts related to inclusive and equitable treatment of LGBTQIA+ people and develop strategies for pronoun inclusion, interrupting biases, and being in active allyship. Participants will also

Root to Reality: Understanding the Foundation of Racial Inequity and its Connection to Contemporary Conditions

Virtual MI

"Intended Audience: This session is open to all SPH Students and will be particularly useful for SPH community members who are looking to increase their knowledge of foundational concepts related to structural racism and anti-racism within historical context. Workshop Description: Recent discussions around root causes of social, political, and economic inequity have emerged in response to

IAPHS Webinar: Collective Advocacy for Population Health Equity

Virtual MI

Hear from scientists who are successfully approaching policy change based on the findings of their research through collaboration with collective advocacy groups in population health. Featured case studies on collective advocacy presented in the webinar will cover researchers’ success and effectiveness through community-based research methods, partnership or synergistic timing with organizations, or alignment with local

(Students Only, In Person) Response to Disclosure Training

School of Public Health - 2615 1415 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, United States

Facilitated by Jim McEvilly with the Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center (SAPAC) In this workshop provided by U-M's Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center (SAPAC), participants will learn about common reactions to sexual violence and trauma and how to support a survivor and connect them to resources after a disclosure has occurred. This workshop