Empowering Community Organizations to Work with Legislators for Change
What Racism Looks Like in Health Care Delivery and Why You Should Report It
Please RSVP by March 15 at http://www.urutherighttobe.org/register, or call 919-599-4647.
This event is open and co-sponsored by the North Carolina Medical Society; Durham Academy of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy; Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Durham; Congregations In Action Durham; People’s Alliance; and Old North State Medical Society.
To preview a trailer of the film please visit this website: http://www.urutherighttobe.org/, operated by the non-profit, community-based URU The Right to Be, Inc.