Racial Justice, Health Equity, and the Role of Government: Lessons from the City of Boston
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Racial Justice, Health Equity, and the Role of Government: Lessons from the City of Boston

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Boston University Photonics Center (9th Floor)

8 Saint Marys Street

Boston, MA 02215

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REDUCING HEALTH INEQUITIES: ADVANCING SOCIAL WORK’S ROLE SPEAKER SERIES

Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health and Macro Student Committee


"Racial Justice, Health Equity, and the Role of Government: Lessons from the City of Boston"

Janine Anzalota, MSW, MPH (BUSSW '04; BUSPH '06)
Executive Director, Mayor's Office of Fair Housing and Equity

Ilyitch Nahiely Tábora, MSW
Chief of Staff, Mayor’s Office of Health & Human Services Cabinet

Rita Nieves, MSW, MPH, RN
Deputy Director, Boston Public Health Commission

Panel discussion moderated by Harold Cox, MSSW, Associate Dean for Public Health Practice, BU School of Public Health


This will be the third event in a series of talks for the BUSSW community on social work's role in reducing health inequities.

Thursday, February 23, 5:30-7:00pm, BU Photonics Center, 9th Floor Colloquium Room (8 St. Mary's Street, Boston)

Questions? ciswh@bu.edu

2 CEUs available at no cost

Refreshments will be served


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