Panel Discussion - Voices from the pandemic: The impact and overlap of stories of racial injustice, poverty, health, and politics

Tuesday, April 6, 20216:00PM - Tuesday, April 6, 20218:00PM
At Jarman Hall & Zoom
Organized by University Lectures Committee

A panel of outstanding professionals from sociology, economics, and business, and public health will discuss the impact of the pandemic and what a post-pandemic world would look like. Distinguished panelists are Professor Lee Bidwell (Sociology, Longwood University), Professor Byron Carson (Economics and Business, Hampden-Sydney College), Dr. Solulu Adekoya (Acting Health Director of the Piedmont Health District) and Dr. Rhonda Pruitt (the VDH-Piedmont District Epidemiologist, Sr.). Professor Ian Danielsen is the moderator.
 
This event is presented by the University Lectures Committee. Join us in Jarman Hall or on Zoom! Jarman's regular capacity is 1100. 135 seats are available for this event. Social distancing will be strictly followed, and please wear your mask. Alternatively, you can also join our Zoom session. Due to COVID restrictions, only Longwood faculty, staff, and students can join us in person. Community members can join us on Zoom.
 
Please register for the event at the link below.
 
Contact: The University Lectures Committee, mengh@longwood.edu


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