A Center for Public History Lecture Series Event - University of Houston
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Racial Health Disparities and Public History: Oral Histories of Latinx and African American Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic

The UH CPH Lecture Series presents a live-streaming panel discussion with Dr. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, Professor at the University of Texas at Austin and Thomaia Pamplin, Master's Student in Biomedical Sciences in the Cancer Biology Program at MD Anderson.

Professor Rivas-Rodriguez is a former journalist and Director of the Voces Oral History Center, documenting experiences within the Latino community. Pamplin's research focuses on lower income, black community members in Houston and their interactions with the healthcare system.

Join to the event to hear both women discuss public history and racial health disparities during the COVID-19 pandemic.