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Alexa Miller

Alexa Miller, a trained artist and art educator who helps medical professionals refine observational skills through art, speaks about art and uncertainty.

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Patricia Williams

Patricia Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law and Humanities at Northeastern University School of Law, discusses the racism embedded in our society’s structure and how the law contributes.

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Lori T. Freeman and Elizabeth Peralta

Lori T. Freeman, CEO of the National Association of Country & City Health Officials, and Elizabeth Peralta, former Executive Director of the National Supermarket Association, discuss the treatment, perception, and concerns of frontline workers during Covid-19.

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Abdul El-Sayed

Physician, epidemiologist, former city Health Commissioner, and progressive activist Abdul El-Sayed details the advantages of universal healthcare.

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Marshall Shepherd, Madeleine Thomson, and Rachel Kyte

Marshall Shepherd, Distinguished Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at University of Georgia; Rachel Kyte, dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University; and Madeleine Thomson, interim head of Our Health, Our Planet at the Wellcome Trust discuss strategies for combating climate change.

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Amani Allen

Dr. Amani Allen, Executive Associate Dean at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, explores race and socioeconomic inequities as social determinants of health.

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Arjumand Siddiqi

Dr. Arjumand Siddiqi, professor of epidemiology at the University of Toronto, discusses the caveats of health equity and what needs to be prioritized.

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Mike Siegel and David Jernigan

Drs. Mike Siegel and David Jernigan discuss lessons learned from the MACH trial and how industry inflects public health research.

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Mario Rosser

During Black History Month, Mario Rosser, candidate for New York City Council, reflects on relationships between politics, cities, and health.

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