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Notable people who have been active in influencing and/or analyzing social justice/equality issues - not necessarily in a particular direction. Many of these folders are just placeholders or a place to keep track of a few links or files. None is an attempt to do their work justice.
- By Surname: D-Z
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Ethnic groups
- Sexual and gender identity and preference
- Carolina’s Bridge Builders
Naming of Existing Scholarships and Grants to honor those who have brought the Carolina Community closer together through their work, advocacy and example.
- Chapel Hill Community Treasures
2019: Eva Barnett Erwin Danziger Braxton Foushee Dorothy Johnson
Lynn Knauff Sallie Pendergraft Sandra and Stephen Rich Marsha Warren
2018: Robert and Molly Broad Martha Brunstein Katherine Cheek
Robert Epting Nerys Levy David Mason Edith Wiggins
2017: Jane and Adam Stein Joseph Fearrington Lillie Lee Perry Atwater
Norma White Stanley Peele Ted Parrish Tim Taft
2016: Lula Alston Shirley and Marvin Block Woody Durham Henry Jones
George Lensing Peggy Misch Gordon Neville Lisa Price
2015: Daphne Athas Mary Alice Eckman Marian Cheek Jackson William Leuchtenburg Ken Moore
Gertrude Rogers Nunn Joseph Polcaro Frances Lloyd Shetley Robert Edward Strayhorn
2014: Irene Briggaman Ken Broun Arthur DeBerry Pat Evans
Elizabeth Gervais-Gruen Verla Insko Lee Pavao Nancy Preston
2013: Leo W. Wagoner Phyllis Sockwell Jacob "Jake" Hardee Jonathan Howes William and Anne McLendon
Milton Julian James and Florence Peacock Prince Taylor, Sr. Virginia Merritt Grantham
2012: Alice Gordon James and Elizabeth Bryan Dolores Clark Everette Lloyd Harriet and Kimball King
Joseph L. Nassif Joyce Brown Lindy Pendergrass Thelma Perkins
2011: Alice Welsh Betsy Fenhagen Clyde Ritchie Bell Donald Boulton Doris Cotton H. G. Jones
Eunice Brock John Sanders Lily Mozelle Pratt Rita Berman Thelma Boyd
2010: Anne Craig Barnes Bitty Holton Clarence Whitefield Elizabeth Ryan Ellie Kinnaird Jane Kelly "Coolie" Monroe
Jean Holcomb Margie Pfaff Mary Morrow Richard K. Johnson Robert Patton Velma Louise Perry
2009: Anne and John Allen Cates Trish Love Chris and Bob Nutter Chuck Stone Dean Smith Lillian and Howard Lee
Nancy Sitterson Sandy McClamroch Shirley Marshall Val Lauder William Aycock Barbara Stiles and Bernice Stiles Wade
2008: William and Ida Friday Douglas Eyre Zora and Mel Rashkis Georgia Kyser Reverend J.R. Manley Maxine Swalin
Mildred Council R.D. and Euzelle Smith Rebecca Clark Robert Seymour Roland Giduz William and Virginia Powell
- Eliminating Health Disparities, Conversations with Blacks in America
Eliminating Health Disparities, Conversations with Blacks in America Carol Easley Allen Collins O. Airhihenbuwa Byllye Y. Avery Carl C. Bell Lenora E. Johnson James L. Kyle II David Satcher Carol Easley Allen, Guest Editor, ETR Associates, Santa Cruz, California, 2005
- Epidemiologists in the news (from the Epidemiology Monitor)
Appointments, awards, deaths, recognitions, etc. - but dates are often lacking.
- Gender resources (courtesy of Vanessa Miller)
- In Praise of Age
Dedicated to informing, educating, and entertaining older adults and the community on issues of aging with the goal of promoting longevity and well-being with purpose.
- Public Health Epidemiology Careers Podcast
Website created by Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley, social entrepreneur; epidemiologist, and scholar practitioner with a passion for helping others. Her podcast has interviews with epidemiologists about how they entered into and advanced into their careers. The series includes interviews with Rosalie Aguilar, Jane Fadesere, Monique Brown, Heather Flattery, Haley Greene, Jasmine Ward, Sandy Asari-Hogan, Bridgette Hempstead, Noel Barengo,
Mobolaji Ogunsakin, Rania Milleron, Tamiko Prescod, Toby Levin, Anthony Pothoulakis, Catherine Troisi, Misozi Houston, Angela Arder, ..., Oscar Alleyne, .., Eric Pevzner, ..., Laurie Elam-Evans, and many more (as well as dydactic podcasts about careers, networking, APHA, and other topics).
- The Health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People: Building a Foundation for Better Understanding
The Health and Medicine Division (HMD) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) [formerly the Institute of Medicine], March 31, 2011 National Institutes of Health (NIH) asked the IOM to evaluate current knowledge of the health status of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations; to identify research gaps and opportunities; and to outline a research agenda to help NIH focus its research in this area.