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Skinny Trees Podcast: An Exploration of Health Inequity In and Around Chicago

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Skinny Trees: An Exploration of Health Inequities In & Around Chicago is the first Chicago-born podcast to bring varied content to our audience in an effort to tell the stories of health inequities in and around Chicago. We will view these issues through the lens of community members and organizations, students and academia. We believe that everyone has a different story and perspective and each deserves to be told. We will spotlight history, varying perspectives and stories of health equity success!

Skinny Trees: An Exploration of Health Inequities In & Around Chicago is the first Chicago-born podcast to bring varied content to our audience in an effort to tell the stories of health inequities in and around Chicago. We will view these issues through the lens of community members and organizations, students and academia. We believe that everyone has a different story and perspective and each deserves to be told. We will spotlight history, varying perspectives and stories of health equity success!
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United States

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Skinny Trees: An Exploration of Health Inequities In & Around Chicago is the first Chicago-born podcast to bring varied content to our audience in an effort to tell the stories of health inequities in and around Chicago. We will view these issues through the lens of community members and organizations, students and academia. We believe that everyone has a different story and perspective and each deserves to be told. We will spotlight history, varying perspectives and stories of health equity success!

Language:

English

Contact:

312.503.6164


Episodes

Mini-Episode 1: Conversations with a Health Services Researcher, Dr. Joe Feinglass

9/29/2017
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Join Skinny Trees on their first Mini-Episode led by Anika Jagasia, a rising high school Senior. Anika speaks with Dr. Joe Feinglass on his long-time career as a historian, social activist, former factory machinist, community college professor, and now a full professor and health services researcher at Northwestern University.

Duration:00:26:26