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Look Ma! I made it! When you’re a part of a project that is featured in Ms. Magazine... ✊🏽 #FeminismWings #myfeminismisintersectional #MsMagazine #MetooPSA #reclaimingthenarrative

48 5 Jan 19, 2018

"As a queer woman of color from an immigrant family, I occupy multiple identities, and they all affect the work that I do as a public health professional. I try to advocate for issues that affect queer people of color because their voices are often marginalized." -Varsha #mhc2018 #humansofunc #reclaimingthenarrative varshafer

39 0 Jan 18, 2018

Repost from artnewsafrica using RepostRegramApp - Untitled. From the series, “The Girls Who Spun Gold.” Ithaca, New York. 2016. Nydia Blas #nydiablas #gold #melanin #sisterhood #art #fineart #aesthetic #photography #work #reclaimingmytime #reclaimingthenarrative #africa #diaspora

91 2 Jan 13, 2018

Reclaiming our Name... Keisha is Da Mayor shirts available online #teespring https://teespring.com/reclaiming-our-name #reclaimingmytime #reclaimingmyname #reclaimingthenarrative

8 0 Jan 12, 2018

“As a black woman in a STEM-related field, it is important that I contribute to doing work that will benefit my community. I chose to engage in work that is impactful and that will be beneficial in helping to identify solutions to the health issues black communities face. It is important to avoid perpetuating health stereotypes about black people as irresponsible and inherently inferior. These stereotypes are not true.” - Shikira, shikiraamee #mhc2018 #humansofunc #reclaimingthenarrative

35 0 Jan 12, 2018

“Asian Americans are stereotyped as the model minority and everyone is expected to be either a doctor or lawyer. The Asian American “model minority” myth is often used to put other minorities down and to ignore issues within Asian American communities. It is convenient to exclude from the narrative Asian American people who populate our everyday realities the employees who run gas stations, work in nail salons and deliver our food. They are left out of the narrative because their inclusion would force us to think critically and have difficult conversations about health inequities and poverty.” - Melissa, meluong #mhc2018 #humansofunc #reclaimingthenarrative

33 1 Jan 10, 2018

As the 39th Annual Minority Health Conference approaches, we will begin to take a closer look at stories of resilience that are close to home. We would like to introduce you to some of the Humans of UNC. We will be highlighting the opinions, thoughts, and stories of folks at UNC. Keep an eye on our social media - you just might see someone you know! #reclaimingthenarrative #mhc2018 #humansofunc

30 0 Jan 10, 2018

The theme of the 39th Annual Minority Health Conference is “Reclaiming the Narrative.” We want to know what our theme means to you. Comment below! #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

19 2 Jan 8, 2018

Are you staying warm by cuddling up inside today?!🔥☕️💻 Go ahead and register for the 39th Annual Minority Health Conference happening on February 23rd: cvent.com/d/ktqpvr (link also in bio!) #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

20 0 Jan 4, 2018

We are excited to announce our Pre-Conference Kick-Off Speaker, Byron Hurt. Byron Hurt is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, writer, anti-sexist activist, and an adjunct professor at Columbia University. Hurt is also an Emmy-nominated TV show host. His critically acclaimed documentary, Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and broadcast nationally on PBS’ Emmy-award winning series Independent Lens. Byron's previous film, Soul Food Junkies, won “Best Documentary” at several film festivals, including, the CNN Best Documentary Award at the American Black Film Festival, and Best Documentary at the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City. Soul Food Junkies also aired nationally on PBS’ Emmy-Award winning series Independent Lens in January 2013. #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

28 0 Jan 2, 2018

Come thru to this FREE workshop & #booksigning conducted by tmlgwriter & Marcella McCoy-Deh ! Dirty Laundry Workshop: Using #storytelling to heal #shame & reclaim professional & personal narratives. . . . . . #PhillyEvents #JerseyEvents #EventsforWriters #WritersWorkshops #WritingHelps #Storytelling #WritingWorkshops #ReclaimingMyTime #ReclaimingTheNarrative #reclaimthenarrative #DirtyLaundry #SearchforSusu

9 0 Dec 28, 2017

We are pleased to announce that the 7th Annual Victor J. Schoenbach Keynote is Vann R. Newkirk, MSPH. Vann R. Newkirk II is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where he covers politics and policy, with a focus on voting rights, civil rights, and health policy, and formerly a staff writer at Daily Kos. He also has contributed articles, essays, and photography to sites such as GQ, Gawker, Grantland, and Ebony. He now uses his analytic skills and background in statistics in nonfiction work and in multimedia projects, especially those dealing with health and health policy. Vann is also a cofounder of and contributing editor at Seven Scribes, an online magazine by young writers and artists of color. Vann resides in Hyattsville, MD with his wife and son. He is a Gillings School of Global Public Health alumnus of the Health Policy and Management Department. #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

29 1 Dec 26, 2017

We are pleased to announce that our 20th Annual William T. Small, Jr. Keynote is Monica Raye Simpson. Monica is the Executive Director of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. A native of rural North Carolina, Monica has organized extensively against human rights violations, reproductive oppression, the prison industrial complex, racism and intolerance and is deeply invested in southern movement building and the fight for Black liberation. She is also committed to birth justice as a certified Doula. Monica couples her activism with her artistry and released her first live album entitled Revolutionary Love where she blends her gospel roots and her passion for social justice with deep soul to create the sound known as Revolutionary Soul. Because of her “artivism” Monica was named as a New Civil Rights Leader by Essence Magazine and chosen as one of Advocate Magazine’s 40 under 40 leaders. #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

40 1 Dec 18, 2017

We can't believe we're only 10 weeks away from the 39th Annual Minority Health Conference. Who's excited?! #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

15 1 Dec 15, 2017

📢📢📢 LAST CALL FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS! The deadline to submit an abstract for the 39th Annual MHC is TOMORROW! So submit today through the link in our bio! #mhc2018 #reclaimingthenarrative

13 0 Dec 12, 2017
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