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UMSSW Promise Heights at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health


Stacey Stephens, LCSW-C Clinical Instructor and Director of B'more for Healthy Babies Upton/Druid Heights, UMSSW Promise Heights along with colleagues Stacey Tuck and Cathy Costa (Baltimore City Health Department), Pamela Brown (Baltimore Medical Systems) and Tina Suliman (Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Program), presented “It’s Racism, Not Race: Addressing Maternal and Child Health Through an Equity Lens in Baltimore City” and participated in a panel discussion at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Population, Family and Reproductive Health Wednesday Series.

The panel discussion was moderated by Rebecca Dineen Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Maternal and Child Health for the Baltimore City Health Department.

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