Webinar: Improving economic opportunity for older workers
Beth Truesdale, PhD, our recent Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work, and a current member of our research staff, presented findings from a report she wrote in this webinar co-sponsored by Brookings and the Kellogg Public-Private Initiative.
Marcia Castro on surge in cases of COVID-19 in Latin America
This podcast features Marcia Castro and a Brazilian journalist in a conversation with CGTN America’s host Mike Walter about the burdensome COVID-19 caseload in Latin America.
The Impact of Social Policy on Health with Emilie Courtin
Recent Harvard Bell Fellow Emilie Courtin, PhD, discusses her recent findings in a conversation with the Milbank Quarterly.
5-minute video: Courtney Cogburn on getting closer to the experience of racism by using virtual reality
Former Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholar Courtney Cogburn, PhD, is featured in this 5-minute segment on BigThink.com. Learn about her research using virtual reality as a tool to combat racism, and what she believes to be is our true "superpower."
Nancy Krieger speaks about health disparities & "our common humanity" on Vermont Conversation radio program
This discussion about the impact of racial discrimination, social class and place on the excess disease and death rates from COVID-19 among African American and other communities of color is hosted by UC Berkeley School of Public Health, and includes Harvard professor Nancy Krieger, former Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholar Mahasin Mujahid, and UC Berkeley professor Corinne Ridell.
David R. Williams on CNN: “Why COVID-19 hit black Americans so hard”
Harvard Professor Williams talks about how place, everyday discrimination, and the police killings of unarmed black men have physical and mental health impacts.
Alexander Tsai talks with NBC affiliate station in MN about how police killings of unarmed black Americans can impact mental health of black adults
Alexander Tsai is interviewed following the police killing of George Floyd about his study which found that the mental health of black adults was negatively impacted by watching recorded videos of police killings of unarmed black Americans.
A Conversation with Nancy Krieger on Structural Racism, Social Justice & COVID-19
African American and other communities of color is hosted by UC Berkeley School of Public Health, and includes Harvard professor Nancy Krieger, former Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholar Mahasin Mujahid, and UC Berkeley professor Corinne Ridell.
Mary Waters looks at COVID-19 through a sociological lens in this video chat with Harvard Dean Rakesh Khurana
Tune in to hear Mary Water’s perspective on how some of the positive qualities in human nature can rise to the surface (and surprise us!) when we’re faced with a disaster.
Demography is Destiny — Really?
David Bloom speaks with International Monetary Fund.