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The Office of the Provost and the Urban Health Institute Announce the Third Annual Symposium on the Social Determinants of Health 

Squandered Resources: Incarceration-It's Consequences, Costs, and Alternatives
 
April 28, 2014

Summary of 2014 Symposium now available!

Program for the day's events and directions to Turner Auditorium

Baltimore's future holds infinite promise, yet too often the city's best assets are silenced by the policies and practices of our criminal justice system. The Third Annual Symposium on the Social Determinants of Health, Squandered Resources: Incarceration-Its Consequences, Costs and Alternatives, will bring together experts from the academic community in Baltimore and across the country together with local community leaders to tackle this pressing issue and work toward ensuring healthier, safer lives for Baltimore's youth today and tomorrow.   The symposium will feature panels of leading experts in the fields of public policy, economics, and social science, ex-offenders and a special panel of community organizers working to improve the livelihoods of both ex-offenders and their communities. Speakers will represent a diverse range of expertise and include the individuals listed below.  Click here to see panel topic areas and speakers.

Congressman Elijah Cummings
Brother Bey
James Garbarino
Joe Jones
Tom LaVeist
Nancy La Vigne
Beatriz Luna
Vesla Weaver
Chris Wildeman

Presented by the Office of the Provost and the Urban Health Institute, the symposium invites students and faculty from all 16 Baltimore colleges and universities, community members, and all interested colleagues locally and nationally join the discussion on April 28th, 2014 in Turner Auditorium on the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus.

To get involved or for more information please contact:
Natalie Sager at nsager@jhu.edu or 410-502-6155


Office of the Provost SDH Symposium Site

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