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Uprooting the Structural Drivers of Health Inequity: Policy Solutions to Address Systemic Racism in Education
POLICY SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS SYSTEMIC RACISM IN EDUCATION is the third episode in ChangeLab Solutions’ six-part virtual discussion series, Uprooting the Structural Drivers of Health Inequity.

In this 90-minute episode, we will explore how education policy connects to today’s broader conversation about racism as a public health crisis. Panelists will explore examples of intersectionality in developing antiracist policies and practices for grades K–12, with a focus on race, gender, and disability. Together, the panelists will envision a new agenda for public health law that recognizes the fundamental importance of educational policies that oppose racism and promote health equity.

Speakers:

• Thalia González, associate professor at Occidental College and senior scholar at Georgetown University Law Center

• Kristen Harper, director of policy and outreach at Child Trends

• Charlene Russell-Tucker, acting commissioner of the Connecticut State Department of Education

• Ingrid Canady, executive director of the State Education Resource Center

• Ben Cairns, principal of Lake County High School

• Alexis Etow, managing director at ChangeLab Solutions (moderator)

Apr 28, 2021 11:30 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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