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- Biographical information
- Abraham Lilienfeld Award from APHA Epidemiology Section (2009) - Introduction of Bill Jenkins
- Interview on WCOM-FM's "Radio In Vivo"
Dr. Jenkins, Co-director of the Minority Health Project, speaks about minority health disparities, racism and health, epidemiology, his long career at the CDC and elsewhere, and the Tuskegee Study.
- Interview with Vic Schoenbach, 10/29/2014
- The Daniel Joseph Jenkins Institute
Previously known as Jenkins Orphanage, the Jenkins Institute was founded on December 16, 1891 by the Reverend Daniel Joseph Jenkins. 2 minute video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YORJGBYWj5I
- Voices of the Tuskegee Study (20 min)
Interviews with survivors of the Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male (http://www.cdc.gov/tuskegee/timeline.htm)
- Keynote Lecture, 2015 American College of Epidemiology Minority Affairs Workshop
Bill Jenkins gave the keynote presentation at the American College of Epidemiology Minority Affairs Workshop on September 26, 2015 in Atlanta. Dr. Jenkins is a past chair of the Minority Affairs Committee. Bertha Hidalgo, the present chair, gave the introduction. Part 1 of 2. Part 2 is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISOHmqVWIpw
- Health Disparities: Why We Need New Approaches, 6/22/2004 (75 min)
From the 10th Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference at Minority Health, UNC School of Public Health, 2004. Moderator: Vijaya Hogan, DrPH. [VC1021BJ2004]
- Wall mural portrait
- William Bill Jenkins Intro Disparities in Health in America Fall 2016 (8 min)
For course Working on Social Justice
- Keynote Address to the APHA 138th Annual Meeting
November 7, 2010
- Bill Jenkins talks about his job at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and what skills epidemiologists need (3 min)
From The series African Americans of Achievement, which profiles distinguished African Americans who have achieved great success in their respective fields and provides us with glimpses into the power of the human spirit against seemingly insurmountable social conditions.
- Interviewing Edward V. Ellis
This is part 2 of an interview on April 27, 2014 with Edward V. Ellis, the second African American to receive a PhD from the UNC School of Public Health. Vic Schoenbach conducted part 1.
- Morehouse College
Bill Jenkins was a graduate of Morehouse College and helped to establish various programs there, including the Public Health Sciences Institute, Project Imhotep, and the Research Center for Eliminating Health Disparities