Mississippi Right now and the Millsaps Reality, Racial Therapeutic, and Transformation Campus Middle are internet hosting a panel dialogue on “Inequities within the Healthcare System” on Thursday, April 6, 2023 at 6 pm. The occasion is free and open to the general public and features a reception.
Sponsored by the Mississippi Humanities Council, this occasion will happen within the James and Madeleine McMullan Lecture Corridor, room 122 of the Richard and Selby McRae Christian Middle at Millsaps School and will probably be livestreamed right here.
Millsaps alumna and Group Well being Editor for Mississippi Right now Kate Royals will lead the dialogue. Panelists embody Dr. Nelson Atehortua De La Peña, Director, Workplace of Well being Information and Analysis, Mississippi State Division of Well being; Lamees El-sadek (class of 2011), Doctoral Candidate, Harvard College of Public Well being; LeJeune Johnson, founder and CEO of Remedy Plus, LLC; and Dr. Alan Penman, Professor, Division of Preventative Drugs, College of Mississippi Medical Middle.
This panel comes out of a grant utility that the Millsaps Reality, Racial Therapeutic, and Transformation Campus Middle made to the Mississippi Humanities Council.
For this occasion, the panelists will examine the thought of “racial therapeutic” by the lens of well being care and the inequities that make it more durable for a lot of Jacksonians (and Mississippians) to search out the assets they should heal and reside wholesome lives.