2020 Post-Election Harvard Chan Events

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The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health community of students, faculty, researchers and postdocs, staff, and alumni is welcomed to attend the following events on November 4. We hope to see you.

Post-Election Community Space
Wednesday, November 4 | 12-1pm ET
Zoom link: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/96763228342
Given the 2020 presidential election, we recognize that many are also experiencing a variety of thoughts, feelings and emotions with respect to a multitude of issues, structural inequities, and various stressors in the midst of the pandemic. With this drop-in session, we aim to provide a space for community members to come together in conversation and reflect upon how individuals are experiencing the current state post-election day, the uncertainty with societal implications, the movement for racial equity and social justice matters, and the global pandemic. This session is open to all members of the Harvard Chan community.

What’s Next?: Post-Election Faculty Panel and Discussion
Wednesday, November 4 | 1-2pm ET
Watch the event video.
Moderator: Meredith Rosenthal
Panelists: Sheila Burke, Howard Koh, John McDonough
Join us for a special event with a panel of experts leading a discussion on the 2020 presidential election results as they stand at that point and how outcomes may affect various aspects of policy, economics, and relationships impacting public health. Live questions from the Harvard Chan community will be welcomed.

Community Care Drop-In Session
Wednesday, November 4 | 7:15-8:15pm ET
Event page with link to Zoom: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/diversity/event/community-care-drop-in-110420/
ODI’s monthly Community Care drop-in sessions provide space for all members of the Harvard Chan School community – students, faculty, staff, postdocs, and research scientists – to engage in conversation, listening, and mutual support. At least one member of the ODI staff will be present.

Note: These events are subject to update.