SRMP Annual Colloquium will be held March 28-29
The Slavery, Race and Memory Project (SRMP) cordially invites the campus community to its Annual Colloquium, which this year features an opening keynote lecture titled “Just Medicine” by Dr. Dayna Bowen Matthew at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 28. Matthew, dean and Harold H. Green Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School, will discuss racial health disparities in the U.S., describing some of the causes, the role bias plays and possible solutions and steps to decrease these disparities. As a trained lawyer who does work and research on medicine, Matthew brings a unique lens to the intersection of health, health disparities and the country’s obligation to improve health for all. To register for Matthew’s Lecture, click here.
On Monday, March 29, the Colloquium will host several virtual events, including a research/resource panel discussion, a faculty panel and a student panel conversation.
March 29 event times, panelists and registration links appear below:
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