Public Health and Community Sustainability, From Flint to Houston
Join the Common Reader Program’s film and student panel, which will lead a discussion of the overarching themes of Mona Hanna-Attisha’s "What the Eyes Don't See," as well as the major implications of public health policy in our society, from Flint, Michigan's water crisis to Houston's industrial pollution. Make sure to read the book so you can participate in our conversation!
This presentation is part of the Friday Morning Continuing Education series. Members pay a one-time membership fee of $26 for the session, plus an $18 registration fee for each class. You can register on the Friday Morning Continuing Education webpage.