Juneteenth Virtual Cookout
Join us and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for our Juneteenth Celebration and Virtual Cookout on Friday June 19.
We encourage you to order some takeout from one of the Black-owned restaurants listed here.
To lift health for all by exposing root causes of health inequities and serving as a hub that pushes boundaries in research, education, workforce development, and community engagement.
We like many of our fellow Chicagoans, are staying home and practicing social distancing to flatten the curve. We are here to present a mini-series: COVID-19 in our Chicago communities, listen for stories from local voices during these trying times.
This series highlights the equity work of our invited speakers and fosters a dialogue about ways that attendees can engage in work that promotes health equity. *Please note this event has been rescheduled to August 11th 2020*
Welcome back! SkinnyTrees is happy to return with its second season. In this first episode of season two we bring back Dr. Melissa Simon to discuss what we have been up to since you last heard from us. Dr. Simon introduces an exciting new center launched this year -- the Center for Health Equity Transformation (CHET). She explains the work this center aims to do and how it is taking a different approach. Dr. Simon stresses why health equity is important and required to lift health for all. We review a few key terms that might be helpful in future episodes and understanding the work we want to highlight along the way. Stay tuned for the next episode with the former Commissioner of the Department of Public Health -- Dr. Julie Morita!