Power & Global Health Day 2022


Racial justice can be defined as the systematic fair treatment of people of all races, resulting in equitable opportunities and outcomes for all. It is more than the absence of discrimination and inequities. Racial injustices related to health both locally and internationally have been highlighted and reinforced during the COVID-19 pandemic. These injustices long precede COVID-19, and fewer and fewer of us are willing to accept these as unchangeable.

Join the conversation on Racial Justice and Global Health on November 24, 2022; where you will:

  • Learn more about local and global vaccine (in)equities
  • Connect individual action to global realities
  • Dialogue with other students, faculty and community members
  • Build solidarity and the power to (re)imagine the world

Program Outline and Registration
via Western International