Triple Threats: Homelessness, Healthcare, and Oppression, Nov 16

A Dialogue about Advocacy, Organizing, and Creating Change

At least 3,000 people will experience homelessness on any given night in Baltimore – more than 30,000 over the course of a year. The experience of homelessness causes health problems, exacerbates existing illnesses, and seriously complicates treatment. Adam Schneider is Coordinator of Community Relations at Health Care for the Homeless (HCH), where he works on state and local public policy and community initiatives related to issues of health and homelessness. We invite you to join Adam in exploring the complexities of homeless, healthcare, policy, advocacy, and democracy in organizing.

For more information, contact Daniel Ostick at dostick@umd.edu or click here for the facebook event.

When: Wednesday, November 16 · 5:30pm – 7:00pm

Where: Juan Ramon Jimenez Room, the Stamp, UMD

Sign for homeless health care center

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