Fri, Jun 23, 2023

12 PM – 2 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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HYBRID PRESENTATION: "What Juneteenth Means for Urban Health Care Equity" BY GREGORY HALL, MD | 12-1 PM
Commemorating Juneteenth as a National holiday is another step towards initiatives that promote anti-racism, which leads to reconciliation, healing, and true inclusion. Join Dr. Gregory Hall, Founder and Board President of the National Institute for African American Health (NIAAH), as he lifts ways higher education institutes and their hospital affiliates can train Faculty, Staff, and students to better understand the root causes of inequalities in health care and how to take action to dismantle inequities in healthcare delivery.

Following the presentation join us in the BRB Lounge to enjoy live jazz music by the Good Vibes Ban, poetry, and a sampling of Soul Food prepared by Cleveland's own, Chef Eric Wells (Skye LaRae's Culinary Services).
Food Provided (Juneteenth-Inspired Hors D'Ouevres and Beverages.)

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