Tap in to the best of Public Health. At this event Charlene McGee, Deputy Refuge Health Coordinator at the Multnomah County, will introduce the topic of Racism & Public Health in Oregon. Afterwards, facilitated by our faculty, we invite our students for an open mic to tell a personal story or a call to action. Students can express themselves in any creative way, through either song, dance, a children’s book, poems, art or a TED talk style talk! This event is facilitated by the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health.
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