We hope you enjoy this National Public Health Webinar.
Title: Achieving Health Equity with Inclusive Interdisciplinary Walk/Move Audits.
When: Friday July 24, 2020 from 12-1:30 pm EST (10-11:30 am MST)
What it is about: During this webinar you will join national and local leaders in a virtual conversation about their interdisciplinary research and advocacy-based perspectives to create inclusive, walkable and moveable (i.e., where everyone can move freely) communities. The panel will address spatial privilege and tools for inclusion using reflective listening, community scholarship, and lived experience.
Featured panelists: Charles Brown, Rutgers University; Mark Fenton, Tufts University; Will Fraser, Clean Air Council; Fran Fulton, Disability Rights Advocate; Karin Korb, Lakeshore Foundation; Jana Lynott, AARP Public Policy Institute; Latoya Maddox, Liberty Resources; April Murdock, Disability & LGBTQ Activist; Dot Nary , University of Kansas; Nick Zuwiala-Rogers, Clean Air Council.
Other considerations: This is a tribute-based workshop in honor of Chris Kochtitzky and his work on inclusive healthy communities. If you are inclined, you might consider a gift to your local Center for Independent Living or the Chris Kochtitzky Memorial Fund held by the CDC Foundation at https://bit.ly/Donate4Chris.
This webinar was recorded and all materials and resources can be found below. Thank you for your patience as we ensured the materials were made accessible. Contact us if you notice a problem with access.
- Recorded webinar with captions and chat messages
- Presentation slides (PDF)
- Audio file only
- Transcript only (TXT)
- Promotional Flyer (PDF)
- Panelist bios (PDF)
- Inclusive Healthy Communities Resource List (PDF)
- Inclusive Healthy Communities Resource List (Word)
- Tell us what you thought about the webinar! (Online Feedback Form)
Who to contact with questions or suggestions:
The Montana Disability and Health Program
Phone number: 406-444-2744