LeaRRn: Learning Health Systems Rehabilitation Research Network
Elena Mendez Escobar, PhD, MBA presents, Assessing Health Care Disparities: the BMC Health Equity Accelerator
Boston Medical Center is committed to accelerating the path to achieve health justice and truly deliver on their mission. This talk will discuss BMC’s innovative approach and learnings to date, including how they are utilizing data and analytics to informRead More
Join local advocate and political strategist, Delia Rodriguez-Masjoan, for a conversation on the representation, political power, and civic engagement of the Latino community. A longtime Rhode Island resident and activist, Delia will share insights on the diverse Latino community in the region, issues and opportunities at the forefront, and how to support and engage local Latino-owned non-Read More
Solidarity, CSREA’s Imagining Social Justice Art Exhibit, highlights works by over 20 artists that build and sustain allyships across diverse, intersectional identities. The collection invites us to reflect upon all that has brought us to this moment and to plumb our reserves of hope as we collectively strive to build a more just world.
Please join us for lunch with Nadya Mason, Rosalyn S. Yalow Professor of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Mason will engage in conversation with CSREA Director, Tricia Rose about women and people of color in STEM. What are the opportunities? What are the visible and invisible barriers and hurdles? What are some good strategies for leveling theRead More
The inaugural event of the Pembroke Center Publics Initiative and Lecture Series will featureAlexis Pauline Gumbs, who describes herself as a Queer Black Troublemaker and Black Feminist Love Evangelist. Gumbs is a writer whose feministRead More
Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States today, and Asian American youth overall are outperforming their white peers academically. In this talk, Warikoo brings us into an upper-middle-class suburb in which these trends make their way into the local high school. She describes how many white parents attempt to protect their children’s status by calling forRead More