Racial Health Disparities and Public History: Oral Histories of Latinx and African American Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join us for a CPH Lecture event, March 4th - 6:00PM (CST) with guest peakers, Dr. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, Professor, University of Texas at Austin and Thomaia Pamplin, Master's Student in Biomedical Sciences in the Cancer Biology Program at MD Anderson.


Professor Rivas-Rodriguez is a former journalist and Director of the Voces Oral History Center, documenting experiences within the Latino community. Pamplin is a Mellon Engaged Scholar Initiative alumna from the University of Texas at Austin , where her research focused on low income, black community members in Houston and their interactions with the healthcare system. 
Join the live-stream event to hear both women discuss public history and racial health disparities during the COVID-19 pandemic.