Brought to you by: New York State Office of Mental Health & the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
A deeper look and dialogue about racial inequity and systemic racism through the lens of intersectionality. This session will address the complexity of human experiences, complicated relationships and the innate need to be connected to others. This webinar is designed to discover the intersectionality of people of color (POC) in the LGBTQIA+ community dealing with the multifaceted challenges of the “isms”. The speaker will provide information on the history of the Intersectionality Theory and explore implications this theory on research, relationships, policy, and public health.