Faces of Faith — Now at Boston City Hall!
Shattering the Silence: Critical Issues in Health Care for Women of Color
Faces of Faith is a photographic exhibit of cancer survivors focused on sharing stories of survivor ship to encourage the demystification of cancer, and supporting those who are living witnesses that one can maintain a vibrant life as a cancer survivor.
Launched over seven years ago with now over 70 photos, the Faces of Faith exhibit continues to have purpose for those who are willing to share their story and celebrate life!
For the month of July, the photo exhibit is making a second appearance at Boston City Hall in the Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery on the 2nd floor near the South elevators.
The photos on exhibit represent those taken in 2017 and 2018.
Big Sister Boston’s Diversity Board presents a discussion with clinicians, community leaders, patient navigators and other advocates of women’s health, about healthcare disparities for women of color, including minority LGBTQ communities, strategies for closing the health gap, and how you can take control of your own health.
The event will be moderated by Erica Warner, ScD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital and a member of the BBCEC Steering Committee.
Wed, July 31, 2019
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Boston Medical Center, FGH Building
820 Harrison Ave, Ground Floor, Carter Conference Center
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
For more information and to purchase tickets for the event, visit Eventbrite.