|When||Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 12 – 1:30 p.m.|
|Campus location||Communications Building (CMU)|
|Event types||Special Events|
|Event sponsors||Center for Communication, Difference and Equity|
Join us for a lunch discussion on health disparities impacting Black women across their life course. The event is co-hosted by Amelia Gavin (Social Work) and Hedwig (Hedy) Lee (Sociology). Gavin presents her work on understanding the adverse birth outcomes among Black women from a life course perspective. Lee's presentation addresses the health consequences of family incarceration for women (of color). Cyndy Snyder (Family Medicine) focuses on race-related stress and its implications for well-being among women of color. Please RSVP by 5/8.