Fairness Firstx Talk: Possibilities for Community Action Research Among the Incarcerated
October 22, Noon
Guests: Emily Schneider, PhD
Join us How can incarcerated individuals be active participants in research that directly impacts them?
Alexandra Samarron Longorio
Fairness First Campaign
What is Fairness First?
Every person deserves to have a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible. This is health equity. The Fairness First Campaign was established to support inclusive and meaningful conversations in our communities about health equity, fairness, and justice. Every community’s path to achieving health equity and fairness is unique, but we can focus on the systemic, structural, and historical factors of health that impact us all.
The Fairness First Campaign offers four different opportunities to engage in, learn about, and connect around the various types of community and academic work being done in the Southwest to build healthier and more equitable communities for everyone.
We welcome you to become a part of our Fairness First Campaign, connect with others, and be involved in shaping how NAU and communities can work together to advance health equity for all in the Southwest.