CCHE would like to alert you to the Community Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) Summer Intensive and inaugural session of Structural Inequality: An On the Ground View coming up August 1-2, 2017 in Durham, NC.
The Summer Intensive is intended as a major step in what CCPH Executive Director Alan Richmond hopes will be a new and exciting focus as they seek to deepen the collective understanding of the underlying causes of health inequality, race inequality, gender inequality and wealth inequality. This will be an experiential learning opportunity held on the campus of North Carolina Central University, an Historically Black College University (HBCU). Highlights of the 2017 Summer Intensive include:
- Examining the characteristics of modern-day racial inequality;
- Visiting one of the largest plantations of the pre-Civil War South;
- Presenting tools of the Community-Based Participatory Research Approach (CBPR/A); and,
- Exploring how local coalitions are strategically attacking these systemic problems.
Full conference details and registration are available here.
The cost is $600 and includes training materials, food, and 2 nights’ lodging. Questions may be directed to Paige Castro-Reyes at firstname.lastname@example.org.