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Violence is a Public Health Concern

  • Aired: 06/14/2015
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
At the 2015 National Health Equity Research Webcast, presenters will talk about ways to empower communities in violence prevention. Join presenters Nia Wilson of SpiritHouse in Durham, Leon Andrews with Race, Equity And Leadership (REAL) out of Washington, DC, and Dr. Stephanie Baker White of the UNC Greensboro Department of Public Health Education and webcast planning committee.
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Health equity professionals share a strategies for community-based violence prevention.
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