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Survival Pending Revolution: Another Look at the Black Panther Party’s Health Programs
As one of the leading organizations of the Black Power Movement, the Black Panther Party has become well known for its militant stances, international impact and community programs. The Panther’s legacy on health issues ranges from broadening understandings of medical racism, to reconceptualization of theories of holistic health, to public policy. Robyn Spencer, PhD, from Lehman College, CUNY, will consider the Panther’s impact on the politics of health in the 1960 and examine how the Panthers theorized health and wellness and the organizing strategies and grassroots mobilization that resulted in the Panthers network of health clinics.
Co-sponsored by the Research Theme in Health Equity & Translational Social Science (HETSS) and the Rangell Social Medicine Grand Rounds Series.

Sep 23, 2022 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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