Unnatural Causes Series - LIB 100/201 APPROVED!
Unnatural Causes a social justice series
Date and TimeThursday, October 25, 2018
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
- Kirkhof Center » RM 2259
Unnatural Causes is a documentary series that explores the effects of social factors on health and health care in the United States. It focuses specifically on race, socioeconomic standing, geography, and gender in its examination of well-being and longevity among Americans, attempting to answer the question, "Is inequality making us sick?". The Unnatural Causes series includes seven short documentaries (one each week) followed by instructor-led discussion and application of concepts among participants.
This event is LIB 100 and US 201 Approved!
LIB 100 Peer Mentor Hosted Event
Melissa Selby-Theut, LMSW
Coordinator of Outreach and Peer Education
University Counseling Center
616-331-3266 / email@example.com
- Division of Student Affairs » University Counseling Center
- LIB 100
- LIB 100 » Knowledge of Human Cultures & the Physical & Natural World
- LIB 100 » LIB 100 Hosted Event
- LIB 201
- LIB 201 » Explanation of Oppression/ Discrimination That Harms Marginalized Communities
- LIB 201 » How Structures & Systems Affect Diverse Populations