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Breaking the Cycle: Investigating the Intersection of
Educational Inequities and Health Disparities
(All Videoconference information and links)   (Archived webcast)
Presentation materials for all presenters are available.

15th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute
and Videoconference on Minority Health

Tuesday, June 9, 2009, 1:30pm - 4:00pm EDT
  • Reginald Weaver, D.I.P.(hon), D.H.L.(hon), D.P.S.(hon) (bio), Vice President, Education International (webpage); Past President, National Education Association (webpage)
  • Dina C. Castro, M.P.H., Ph.D. (bio), Scientist, UNC FPG Child Development Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (webpage)
  • Nicholas Freudenberg, Dr.P.H. (bio), Distinguished Professor and DPH Director, Program in Urban Public Health, Hunter College School of Health Sciences/City University of New York (webpage)
  • Lillian A. Sparks, J.D. (bio), Executive Director, National Indian Education Association (webpage)
  • Howard Lee, M.S.W., Moderator (bio), Executive Director, N.C. Education Cabinet; Past Chair, North Carolina Board of Education (Memoir)

Live, interactive broadcast via Internet (webcast)
and c-band satellite from the
Tate-Turner-Kuralt auditorium at the
University of North Carolina School of Social Work (link)

Presented by UNC Diversity and Multicultural Affairs (webpage)
the Minority Health Project, (webpage)
UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health (webpage)
and many collaborators and cosponsors.

The 15th Annual Videoconference is dedicated to the memory of Dean John B. Turner, 1922-2009, a writer, scholar, teacher, and educational leader who devoted his life to community organization, social activism and social work education.

Please support the Minority Health Project with your endorsement, testimonial, or cosponsorship.

Videoconference information

    Abstracts, outlines, resources
    Attend the Videoconference at UNC  
    Broadcast information (webcast, satellite)     (View archived webcast)
          Find a viewing site near you
    Comments from participants
    Credits and acknowledgements   (html)   (ppt)   (pdf)
    Educational resources
    Evaluation report (doc) (pdf)
    Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
            (Color flyer, MS Word) (Color flyer, PDF) (Pocket flyer, MS Word)
            Program for printing (pdf)
            Presentation handouts and slides
    Speaker biographies
    Sponsorship and endorsements

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