Epidemiologists have found that poverty is a significant antecedent to gun violence in American urban centers, a seismic epidemic that is the leading cause of death among African American men. Fatimah Loren Dreier, the Executive Director of the Health Alliance for Violence Intervention, will offer an analysis of race, criminal justice, and public health as she weaves her personal and professional experiences in public policy and social justice.
This free virtual presentation is part of Acadia Senior College's monthly Food for Thought lecture series and takes place on Friday, October 29th at 12 noon.
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