Events Calendar

Positive Nutrition For Your Public Health Messaging

Virtual

In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, Dalina Soto, bilingual Registered Dietitian, will cover how to incorporate a positive nutrition messaging to your nutrition work. With so much negative information in the world around cultural foods and nutrition, Dalina has found that speaking on the positives changes the narratives and allows people to make small sustainable … Continue reading "Positive Nutrition For Your Public Health Messaging"

Legacy of Slavery: Film Screening, Debrief, and Discussion- For Students

Virtual

In April 2022, Harvard University published the Harvard & Legacy of Slavery Report detailing the university’s ties to slavery and the slavery economy. A short film accompanying the report was also produced by Harvard, which provides an overview of core themes and contents contained within the report. During this program, we will hold a film … Continue reading "Legacy of Slavery: Film Screening, Debrief, and Discussion- For Students"

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging (EDIB) Fall Forum

Virtual

The EDIB Fall Forum is an opportunity for School leadership and ODI professional staff to share EDIB goals, priorities, initiatives, and new resources for the coming academic year with the Harvard Chan community. The event (in its second year) will also feature remarks from the Dean of Faculty, Dr. Michelle Williams, and our invited keynote … Continue reading "Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging (EDIB) Fall Forum"

Legacy of Slavery: Film, Debrief, and Discussion- For Students

Virtual

In April 2022, Harvard University published the Harvard & Legacy of Slavery Report detailing the university’s ties to slavery and the slavery economy. A short film accompanying the report was also produced by Harvard, which provides an overview of core themes and contents contained within the report. During this program, we will hold a film … Continue reading "Legacy of Slavery: Film, Debrief, and Discussion- For Students"

Guest Speaker: Ryann Monteiro

In Person

Ryann Monteiro is an indigenous public health communication specialist who helps people and organizations close the gap between intent and impact with their policies, programs, and practices- and how they communicate them. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, join us for a workshop on Indigenous food, cultures and communities led by Ryann. This is … Continue reading "Guest Speaker: Ryann Monteiro"

Providing Gender-Affirming Care

Virtual

This workshop, facilitated by Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTCP), will provide: Difference between sexual orientation and gender identity; Best practices for creating policies and practices to support transgender, nonbinary, and gender questioning patients and clients; Approaches to creating gender-affirming care for transgender communities in a healthcare (physical and behavioral) setting. This workshop is being held … Continue reading "Providing Gender-Affirming Care"

Legacy of Slavery: Forum on Legacy of Slavery Report Recommendations, Part I

Virtual

In April 2022, Harvard University published the Harvard & Legacy of Slavery Report detailing the university’s ties to slavery and the slavery economy. The report also included a set of Recommendations on actions that can be taken by the university, which was generated by the university’s President’s Committee on Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery. … Continue reading "Legacy of Slavery: Forum on Legacy of Slavery Report Recommendations, Part I"

Legacy of Slavery: Film, Debrief, and Discussion- For Employees

Virtual

In April 2022, Harvard University published the Harvard & Legacy of Slavery Report detailing the university’s ties to slavery and the slavery economy. A short film accompanying the report was also produced by Harvard, which provides an overview of core themes and contents contained within the report. During this program, we will hold a film … Continue reading "Legacy of Slavery: Film, Debrief, and Discussion- For Employees"