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Engage Baltimore Webcast

The live webcast for this event has concluded. Video from the event will be permanently archived on this page. Excerpts are included in the playlist below, the webcast in its entirety can be found at the bottom of the page.

Excerpts Playlist

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  • Part 1: Bloomberg School of Public Health Dean Michael J. Klag Opens the Forum
    Dean Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH ’87, welcomes community and government leaders, as well as faculty, staff and students as all gather to listen and respond to each other with humility and respect.
  • Part 2: Bloomberg School of Public Health Students Outline the Day
    PhD Students Kelly King, MPH and Cory Bradley, MSW, MPH, set a tone of humility and authentic confrontation as they outline a morning of listening and an afternoon of response.
  • Part 3: Patterson for Peace
    Gerad Forte, Program Coordinator, MICA Place/Video Lab, introduces Patterson Park High School youth voices as they define peace.
  • Part 4: The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings Delivers Three Lessons
    Keynote Speaker Elijah Cummings, U. S. Congressman, Marylands 7th District, encourages, challenges and thanks the faculty, staff and students of the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
  • Part 5:  Professor Thomas A. LaVeist Offers a Historical Perspective
    Thomas A. LaVeist, PhD, William C. and Nancy F. Richardson Professor in Health Policy, Director, Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, talks about four related disparities that all need addressing.
  • Part 6:  Spoken Word Performances
    Spoken Word Performers Diondre Jackson, Carolyn Martina Lynch and Mohamad Tall, of DewMore Baltimore, show what happens when art and activism collides.
  • Part 7: Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana S. Wen discusses community-centered health
    Leana S. Wen, MD, MSc, FAAEM, Health Commissioner for Baltimore City, shares a public health message: All lives matter.
  • Part 8: Voices of the Community
    Community leaders speak from their hearts in this panel discussion.  Janice Bowie, PhD, MPH,Associate Professor, Department of Health, Behavior and Society, Hopkins Center for Health Disparities, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health moderates. Speakers are: Naon Locust, Urban Health Institute “Unsung Hero”; James “JT” Timpson, Park Heights Renaissance Site Director, Safe Streets Baltimore; Kenneth Morrison, CEO, Dew More Baltimore; Antoine Bennett, Founder, Men of Valuable Action (MOVA); Selwyn Ray, JD, Vice President of Community Engagement and Partnership for Big Brothers Big Sisters and The Maryland Mentoring Partnership; and the Rev. Debra Hickman, MDiv, Co-Founder/CEO of Sisters Together and Reaching, Inc (STAR).

Complete Webcast