Webinars

Our monthly webinars provide data, tools and strategies to build equity into policy and practice. Join host Ericka Burroughs-Girardi and equity experts from across the country to learn about ways to improve health and well-being in your community. Watch live and join the interactive discussion after each webinar. Webinars also available on demand.


January 17, 2023 3pm EST

Racial healing for health

Join us and two racial justice champions as we observe the National Day of Racial Healing. We'll examine the impact of settler colonialism on indigenous populations and explore strategies to promote racial healing in all communities.

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December 13, 2022 3pm EST

Pursuing environmental justice and equity

In this webinar, we will explore the differences between environmental justice and equity, and how communities can pursue both. We'll also share practical strategies to advance environmental equity within communities.

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November 15, 2022 3pm EST

Creating prosperous rural communities

Learn more about the Thrive Rural Health Framework tool, designed to help leaders identify assets, implement strategies, and measure progress to advance rural prosperity, health, and well-being

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October 18, 2022 3pm EDT

Messaging equity and justice for better health

How do we frame conversations and convey messages that will create equity champions? Join us and our special guests from FrameWorks Institute for a workshop webinar on framing equity and justice messaging.

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September 27, 2022 3pm EDT

The connection between the gender pay gap and health

In this webinar we will learn more about why the gender pay gap persists and how the COVID-19 pandemic worsened it. We will also learn how to message the need for pay equity while exploring policies and practices at the federal, state, and organizational levels to achieve it.

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August 16, 2022 3pm EDT

Healing trauma for better health

Join us as we explore how Indigenous groups are taking steps to heal generations of collective trauma resulting from federal policies that called for the destruction of their cultural identities.

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