Time & Location
Jan 26, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST
Online Event- Zoom
About the event
This Interactive Dialogue, offered by the U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance, offers an opportunity for prevention, treatment, and recovery practitioners to:
- Discuss the implications of applying a race equity lens to alcohol outlet density to improve the health and safety of communities
- Explore the role of the community voice in shaping local alcohol outlet density initiatives
- Understand the challenges associated with applying a race equity lens to outlet density work
- Adam Milam, MD, PhD - Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Michigan State University
- Pamela Trangenstein, PhD - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- Chuck Ridley - Miami Gardens Substance Abuse Coalition
- Jovita Arellano - Institute for Public Strategies
Session moderated by:
- Katrina Forrest, J.D. - Co-Executive Director, CityHealth
Please note: Registration is limited to 300 people. We will create a wait list for anyone who registers beyond that allowance.
Representatives of the alcohol industry, including trade groups, producers, wholesalers, and retailers, are not invited to this Interactive Dialogue.