CEO Gary Flowers & Associates Gary Flowers has been on the front line of American civil rights and public policy formation since 1989, having been trained at the historic law firm of Hill, Tucker & Marsh in Richmond, VA. Mr. Flowers has served as Special Assistant in the Cabinet of Virginia Governor Lawrence Douglas Wilder;… Read more »

 MONDAY, June 1, 2015 – Violence prevention in North Carolina communities 3:00PM to 5:00PM – UNC-CH School of Education – Peabody Hall, Room 02 3:00PM EDT Dessert Reception 3:25PM EDT Welcome and Opening Remarks Lynda Stone Samuel M. Holton Distinguished Professor and Professor, Philosophy of Education 3:40PM EDT Introduction to Documentary  (North Carolina School to Prison Pipeline)… Read more »

This list is regularly updated as new sites register. If you do not find a site near you, try encouraging a nearby college, university, or health organization to become a downlink site. Find your State: NA AL CA CO CT FL   GA HI MA MI MO NC   NE NM NY OH OK PA  … Read more »

The National Health Equity Research Webcast is an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort that builds on the expertise and support of UNC campus partners, community agencies, researchers and practitioners in health and education fields. The webcast appeals to organizations and individuals in North Carolina and across the nation with a focus on health equity, educational achievement and… Read more »

The National Health Equity Research Webcast is an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort that builds on the expertise and support of UNC campus partners, community agencies, researchers and practitioners in health and education fields. The webcast appeals to organizations and individuals in North Carolina and across the nation with a focus on health equity, educational achievement and… Read more »

Previously known as The Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health, the National Health Equity Research Webcast emphasizes issues and solutions related to collecting and analyzing data for racial and ethnic populations, studying the relationship between race and socioeconomic status, identifying and reducing barriers to conducting research in minority communities, and… Read more »

  1. When is the Webcast? The 2015 National Health Equity Research Webcast will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015, 1:30pm – 4:00pm EDT. The Webcast is traditionally held on the first Tuesday of June each year. This full audience webcast, hosted on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus, is an annual interactive, live-streamed symposium that explores… Read more »

This document sets forth the terms and conditions for participation in the National Health Equity Research Webcast. The annual live webcast is an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort that builds on the expertise and support of UNC campus partners, community agencies, researchers and practitioners in health and education fields. The webcast appeals to organizations and individuals in… Read more »

The annual live webcast is an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort that builds on the expertise and support of UNC campus partners, community agencies, researchers and practitioners in health and education fields. The webcast appeals to organizations and individuals in North Carolina and across the nation with a focus on health equity, educational achievement and economic stabilization… Read more »

Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Examine the Association of Racial Residential Segregation and Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among Older African Americans Janelle Armstrong-Brown, MPH, PhD 1; Eugenia Eng, MPH, DrPH 2; Catherine Zimmer, PhD 3; Wizdom Powell Hammond, PhD, MPH 2; J. Michael Bowling, PhD 2; Malcolm Cutchin, PhD 4; Marci K. Campbell, PhD,… Read more »