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Webinar 3 | Reborn Not Reformed: Re-Imagining Policing for the Public's Health

The third webinar in APHA's Advancing Racial Equity series:

  • Described how racism operates in policing and the limitations of reform efforts
  • Discussed the acute and chronic health impacts of over policing on Black and Latinx communities
  • Explained what “Re-Imagining Policing” means for public safety, public health and society overall; and
  • Identified and addressed the ways in which policing occurs in public health and other sectors.

  • Mighty Fine, MPH, CHES, Director, Center for Public Health Practice and Professional Development at APHA
  • Daniel Webster, ScD, MPH, Bloomberg Professor of American Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Keon Gilbert, DrPH, MPA, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science and Health Education at Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice and Co-Founder of the Institute for Healing Justice and Equity
  • Rashawn Ray, PhD, David M. Rubenstein Fellow at The Brookings Institution, and Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, College Park
  • Kanwarpal Dhaliwal, MPH, Co-founder and Associate Director of the RYSE Center and has served as Adjunct Faculty at San Francisco State University
  • Omid Bagheri Garakani, MPH, Director of Equity and Community Partnership at JustLead Washington and Clinical Faculty at the University of Washington School of Public Health
Webinar Series Planners:
  • Kaye Bender, PhD, MSN
  • Georges Benjamin, MD
  • Regina Davis Moss, PhD, MPH, MCHES
  • Tia Taylor Williams, MPH, CNS
  • Kelly Hilvosky, MPH
  • Olubukolami David
  • Kate Robb, MSPH
None of the speakers, moderators or planners listed on this page have any relevant financial relationships to disclose.

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