Webinar: Race, Class And Privilege 101 - January 10, 2017

January 10, 2017
10 - 11am PT | 1 - 2pm ET
via Black AIDS Institute

Every second Tuesday of the month at 10AM PDT, the Black AIDS Institute will broadcast a webinar on a topic related to a quarterly theme. The webinar will be viewed live, but will also be recorded for later use. Recordings and/or content can be used for chapter in-services or incorporated into other events. 

January 2017 Brown Bag Lunch Webinar: Race, Class and Privilege 101 

At the end of the webinar, participants will be able to: 

  • Define/describe race, class, and privilege as concepts 
  • Understand race, class, and privilege in general historical context 
  • Understand how race, class, and privilege impact public health, specifically the HIV care continuum    
  • Describe HIV prevention and care strategies that incorporate race, class, and privilege

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