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University Forum: The lessons of COVID for global and community health

The UC Santa Cruz University Forum presents The lessons of COVID for global and community health with Politics Professor Matt Sparke. Globally and nationally, COVID is teaching us a great deal about the huge inequalities in vulnerability, resilience, and blame, as well as instructive divergences in health system capacity, governmental response, and socio-economic disruption. While we are all in this together as human beings, it has become clear that our unequal conditions of being human have made for vast variations in how the pandemic has been experienced. Professor Sparke will discuss these inequalities and how teaching and research related to global and community health can contribute to developing antidotes to these devastating problems, and how UCSC is especially well-positioned to contribute in this way.

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