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Health, Racism, and Communication seminar - Resiliency: A Health Asset


Featuring Earl Nupsius Benjamin-Robinson, Dr.H.Sc.

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We are excited about this semester's Health, Racism, and Communication seminar series hosted by the Tulane Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health, Mary Amelia Women's Center, Tulane MCH Nutrition Leadership Training program, and The Skin You're In.

Dr. Earl Nupsius Benjamin-Robinson, Deputy Director of the Office of Health Equity, Community Partnerships, Louisiana Department of Health, will present on Resiliency: A Health Asset, on Thursday, October 29, at noon. In this webinar he will present on:

  1. the role of resiliency in protecting health,
  2. ways of framing messages that build upon a community’s assets, and
  3. the importance of communication in addressing health disparities and systematic racism.

This semester's Health, Racism, & Communication seminars will be presented via Zoom webinar.

To register for this webinar, visit:

This series focuses on communication skills, specifically for community organizers, neighborhood groups, and public health students, professionals, faculty and researchers.

For more information contact: Shokufeh Ramirez via email to or by phone at 504-988-3539
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