Board Actions Combating Racism: Case Study of Lowell Community Health Center

Board Actions Combating Racism: Case Study of Lowell Community Health Center




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This video case study highlights the board of Lowell Community Health Center, which passed a Board Resolution Declaring that Racism is a Public Health Crisis. In the video, board members discuss the Resolution and how the board is providing oversight of its implementation. Various discussion questions for boards are included at the end of the video, along with links to resources for additional learning.

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