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Racism: Do Theory and Methods Matter? [Dean’s Inclusive Excellence Lecture Series]
For the first lecture in the Dean’s Inclusive Excellence Lecture Series, the Gillings School welcomes Chandra Ford, PhD, to speak on “Racism: Do Theory and Methods Matter?”
Ford is an associate professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at UCLA. Her areas of expertise include the social determinants of HIV/AIDS disparities, the health of sexual minority populations and Public Health Critical Race Praxis/Critical Race Theory. Dr. Ford is an author and editor of the new book Racism: Science and Tools for the Public Health Professional. She also is an alumna of the Gillings School’s health behavior department.
A reception will immediately follow the event.