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CHMP Film & New Media Event 10.19 “All of Us” a Film by Emily Abt

CHMP’s Health in Film & New Media Series presents:
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ALL OF US
a film by Emily Abt

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 – 6pm
CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College
MAIN AUDITORIUM, 2nd FLOOR
2180 Third Avenue at 119th Street
New York, NY 10035

Event is FREE.
Seating is limited and RSVPs are essential. Please respond as soon as possible: chmp@hunter.cuny.edu

Q & A to Follow with:
Filmmaker Emily Abt
Hunter Associate Professor and CHMP Senior Fellow Jessie Daniels

….MORE INFO….

ALL OF US: http://purelandpictures.com/All_of_Us_Home.html
In the South Bronx, a young doctor embarks on a research project to find out why black women are being infected with the HIV virus at an alarming rate. Dr. Mehret Mandefro takes us into the lives and relationships of two of her female patients, Chevelle and Tara, as they identify and struggle with the social factors that put them at risk.

CENTER FOR HEALTH, MEDIA & POLICY: http://centerforhealthmediapolicy.com/
The Hunter College Center for Health, Media and Policy is an interdisciplinary initiative for advancing the health of the public and healthy public policies through effective interactions with new and traditional media. The Center is a catalyst for shaping professional and public conversations about health and health care by focusing on the intersection between policy and media. CHMP works with public health advocates and health care professionals to raise their voices to influence policies that will create a more equitable, cost-effective health care system through research and strategic use of media.

THIS EVENT IS CO-SPONSORED WITH:
HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION CENTER: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/shp/centers/hpec/
HEALTH EQUITY INITIATIVE: http://www.healthequityinitiative.org/
CUNY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH: http://www.cuny.edu/site/sph.html

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