Breaking the Silence: Confronting Exclusion in Research

Breaking the Silence: Confronting Exclusion in Research. Friday, March 6, 5:15-8:00PM, 145 Harrison Avenue, Boston. Image shows silhouettes of people's heads in various pastel colors.

Join us for a meaningful evening of self-reflection, dialogue, and community-building, featuring:

- Keynote speaker Camara Phyllis Jones, past President of the American Public Health Association and Senior Fellow, Satcher Health Leadership Institute, Morehouse College. Dr. Jones is known for her contributions to critical race theory and her work in defining institutional racism, personally mediated racism, and internalized racism within the context of modern US race relations.
- A community dinner that will include facilitated discussions to further explore deeply-rooted biases that lead to exclusion in research.

Anyone interested in discussing the impact of bias on health is welcome to attend, especially members of the Tufts research community, Tufts University and Tufts Medical Center leadership and faculty, students, research participants, and community residents.

For more information, and to register to attend, please visit: https://www.tuftsctsi.org/events/breaking-the-silence-confronting-exclu…

Date
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Activity Type
Special Event
Location Type
In-person
Location
Tufts Center for Medical Education, 145 Harrison Avenue, Boston MA