Housing & Health: How Your External Surroundings Affect Your Internal Well-Being

WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 17 @  2 p.m.

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A group of experts on neighborhood displacement, stable housing, and environmental justice examine the influence of neighborhood socioeconomic status on public health--what populations are most vulnerable, and what interventions can improve the health outcomes in high-risk communities.


Panelists
Dr. Sacoby Wilson, University of Maryland-College Park
Dorothy York, ACTS Housing
Irma Yepez Klassen, Zilber Family Foundation
Milele Coggs, 6th District Alderwoman


Moderator: Corry Joe Biddle, Fuel Milwaukee

 


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