Pandemic

Collins Airihihenbuwa
July 1, 2020
In a recent Town Hall meeting organized by the Dean of the School of Public health at Georgia State (@PHGSU) to discuss racial equity in response to the pandemic of racism, following the murder of George Floyd, I gave examples of how to understand the pandemic of racism that tend to remain unaddressed, even when...


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Collins Airihihenbuwa
April 30, 2019
At a family gathering over the Easter break, a conversation arose over the various kinds of phobias people have. Of particular interest is when what is feared by one person is treasured by another. There are some kinds of fear for which general acceptance or at least understanding can be assured even by those who...


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