Richmond [Re]Visited 2019: Race & Public Health

The VCU School of Social Work Black Lives Matter Student-Alumni-Faculty Collective is excited to be able to offer this opportunity to orient social work students to Richmond through a racial justice lens. Whether you are new to Richmond or have lived here your whole life, the event will expose you to new perspectives and opportunities for discussion with other students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Our topic of focus for this year will be Racism as a Public Health Issue - a timely and relevant issue for our community and social workers. The day will provide opportunities for reflection, discussion, community connections, and action planning. No prior knowledge or experience is required. Come be a part of the dialogue!
Participation in this event requires that you are available from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm on Monday, August 19, 2019. The event includes a light breakfast, lunch, and a community bus tour, which includes walking for a short distance. Registration & breakfast begin at 8:15 and the program will start promptly at 9 am. Participants will need to be present for the whole event. If you are able to make this commitment, please check the box below indicating such. If you are UNABLE to make this commitment, you will be redirected to the end of the application. *
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