Save The Date
Town Hall Meeting
In Honor of the 75th Anniversary of Title V of the Social Security Act
Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant
Infant Mortality and Racism
What is Holding Us Back and How Do We Move Forward?
Friday, October 29, 2010
UIC School of Public Health
1603 W. Taylor Street
(1st Floor Auditorium)
Join us as we celebrate 75 years of Maternal and Child Health (MCH) programming (Title V of the Social Security Act) and as we move into the future of MCH by placing increased attention on infant mortality and racism.
The agenda includes a keynote address by Richard David, MD, Neonatologist at John H. Stroger Hospital in Chicago. Dr. David is featured in the documentary “Unnatural Causes: Is Racism Making Us Sick? Dr. David’s talk will be followed by a family panel discussion and a working lunch to identify action steps to move us forward together to address issues surrounding racism and infant mortality in Illinois. We will also engage in a cultural sensitivity exercise to explore issues around racism in our society.
Lunch Provided. RSVP Required by October 15.
Please RSVP to Cynthia Jakkarigari at
312-814-4727 or Cynthia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration limited to 100 participants.
Sponsored by: Illinois Department of Human Services, the Illinois Chapter of the March of Dimes, the Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition, and the Maternal and Child Health Program, Division of Community Health Sciences, UIC School of Public Health