PUBH 8345: How To Be An Anti-Racist Epidemiologist

1 Credit

The course is designed to educate epidemiologists about the history of scientific racism in the US and to train them to identify and disrupt the racist narratives that are widespread in health sciences research. The goal is to create a generation of epidemiologists equipped to conduct scientific research that ethically engages with issues of race and racial hierarchies. We focus most closely on anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, which are the expressions of White supremacy with the deepest roots in the US. However, the theories and approaches discussed will be applicable to understanding harmful racialized narratives used against other marginalized population groups.

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