COVID-19: Crisis in Public Health

Date & Time
Tuesday, June 16, 2020 5:30 pm to 6:35 pm
Event Type
Demonstrations, Webcasts & Online
No Registration Required
About this Event
A panel of the nation’s foremost experts discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and its lasting impact on the African American community. Panelists include Algernon Austin, Ph.D., senior researcher, Thurgood Marshall Institute, NAACP Legal Defense Fund; Lisa Cooper, M.D. MPH, Johns Hopkins University, general internist, social epidemiologist and health services researcher; Spencer R. Crew, acting director, NMAAHC; David McBride, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, professor emeritus, Department of African American Studies and History; and Selwyn Vickers, M.D., vice president of medicine, University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine. Michel Martin, weekend host of NPR’s Weekend Edition will moderate the discussion. This program is a re-broadcast of a live event.

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