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- *SAAPHI 25th Anniversary Celebration - Past Presidents' Panel
with Rebecca Hasson, Chandra Ford, Camara Jones, Bill Jenkins. Welcome by SAAPHI 2016-2018 President Kesha Baptiste-Roberts, PhD, MPH
- August 2018 voicemail from Trans Canada Railway
Bill Jenkins left a voicemail for Vic Schoenbach during their work on chapter 2 for Racism: Science & Tools for the Public Health Professional
- Bill in conversation with two students (1 hr)
Vic recorded this informal conversation that Bill Jenkins had with students on the planning committee for the 37th Annual Minority Health Conference, Anna Dardick (co-chair) and Kyle Nisbeth, February 9, 2016 at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health.
- Bill Jenkins and Jim Murrell recount experiences from the 1970s (10 min.)
James Murrell and Bill Jenkins collaborated during the 1970s, when both were at the UNC school of public health. They had not seen each other for many years, but got together on May 11, 2018 when Bill visited Chapel Hill from Atlanta. Victor Schoenbach recorded the end of their conversation, at Elmo's Diner in Carr Mill Mall, and asked them to recall the "Survival Committee" that they led to assist students having difficulty with the required biostatistics and epidemiology courses. (At the start of the recording, Bill is recounting how Verlverton Land dissuaded him from causing trouble over a racist incident involving a faculty member.)
- Bill Jenkins comments on the need for ethnicity data (1:27)
Bill Jenkins comments on how CDC grants for HIV prevention among Hispanic Americans in 1986 were imprecisely targeted because of lack of data on ethnicity and HIV. American College of Epidemiology Minority Affairs Committee Workshop, September 2015, Decatur, GA
- Bill Jenkins in the Nova documentary The Deadly Deception
Bill appears again at 52 min 28 sec: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNa8CnC4sSU&t=52m28s
- Bill Jenkins photo for American Friends Service Committee Board of Directors
Bill Jenkins, clerk, Board Audit Committee; member, Board Stewardship Committee; member at large, AFSC Corporation.
Member, Atlanta Friends Meeting. Bill has been a Quaker since 1995. His family has been educated at Quaker Schools since 1866 (Laing School and Atlanta Friends). Professionally, he was a Biostatistican-Epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control for more than 30 years. He also serves on the South Region Executive Committee.
- Bill Jenkins speaks to the Annual Minority Health Conference
Grumman Auditorium, William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education, UNC at Chapel Hill (date TBD)
- Morehouse College Public Health Sciences Institute (PHSI)
Scroll to end of page for video about Project Imhotep, founded by Bill Jenkins, who also founded PHSI.
- Slide show tribute during 40th Annual Minority Health Conference
- Wall mural portrait