Community-Campus Partnerships for Health presents

Where: Durham, NC

When: Tues August 1 8a-6p & Wed August 2 8:30a-3:30p

Cost: $600 Registration Cost includes training materials, food and 2 nights lodging 

What: The 2017 CCPH Summer Intensive will use an Experimental Learning Model designed for participants to look through the lens of equity and have a mindful and heartfelt real-life engagement.

Overview

Agenda

Logistics

Overview of 2-Day Summer Intensive

Learning Objectives:

  1. To explore the roots of structural inequality, defined as "conditions in which individuals and groups of people are attributed an unequal status in relation to others."
  2. To discuss real life examples of how to address structure inequalities using both tools of the Community-Based Participatory Research/Approach (CBPR/A) and Community Action Strategies.

Highlights of the Summer Intensive

  • Groundwater: In this lively and participatory presentation, facilitators will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamental structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis they will find immediately helpful and relevant.
  • Tour of Historic Stagville: Step back into time to capture a glimpse of the duality of experiences where inequity, lack of diversity and inclusion are an everyday occurrence.
  • Strategies for Leadership, Transformation and Equity: Using the Tools of Community-Based Participatory Research Approach (CBPR/A): 

Key Facilitators:

  • Al Richmond, MSW, Executive Director CCPH
  • Melvin Jackson, MSPH, Consultant CCPH
  • The Racial Equity Institute, LLC
  • Alex Lightfoot, PhD, Director, UNC Engagement Core Center for HPDP - CDC PRC
  • Camryn Smith, REAL Durham

Agenda

 *Times subject to change

Tuesday August 1

7:30 Breakfast
8:00-8:15

Welcome and Overview

Alan Richmond, MSW
Executive Director
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health
8:15-8:45

History of North Carolina Central University

La Verne M. Reid, Professor
Public Health Education, NCCU
8:45-Noon

Groundwater Presentation

Race Equity Institute
Noon Break for Lunch
1:00-3:30 Historic Stagville Tour
3:30-5:00 Stagville Tour Debriefing
6:45

Docent-Led Walking Tour & Reception - 21c Museum Hotel

7:30 Dinner - 21c Museum Hotel

Wednesday August 2

8:00 Breakfast
9:00-11:30

Strategies for Leadership Transformation and Equity:

Using the Tools of the Community-Based Participatory Research Approach

Alex Lightfoot, PhD, Director
Community Engagement Core Center HPDP - CDC PRC
11:30 Break for Lunch
12:30-2:30

An Inside Look at Durham-based Communities in Partnership

Camryn Smith, Director of Implementation and Community Education
REAL Durham
2:30-3:00

Rap-up

Alan Richmond, MSW
Executive Director
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

 

Logistical Details

Locations

  • Host Site: North Carolina Central University (www.nccu.edu)
  • Host Hotel: 21c Museum Hotel - Downtown Durham (https://www.21cmuseumhotels.com)
    • Note: Lodging, which is included in the cost of registration, will be for the nights of July 31 and August 1

 

** REGISTRATION IS CLOSED **

 

For additional information or questions regarding registration, please contact Paige Castro-Reyes at programs@ccph.info.