Gosia Kung – Health Equity

PBS12: On the Same pAGE

June 30, 2020

The pandemic has exposed systemic inequities and fault lines in our society, especially in health. Hear from a group of experts from across Colorado discussing what health equity means, why inequities exist, how they play out in access to health care, nutritious food and housing, and what kinds of programs and policies we need to ensure that everyone regardless of who they are or where they come from has an opportunity to thrive.

Gosia Kung, Architect and Board Member, Denver Planning Board
Toni Baruti, Board Member, The Center for African American Health
Web Brown, Director, Colorado Office of Health Equity
Kristine Burrows, Director of Older Adult Services, Easter Seals of Colorado
JoAnna Cintron, Executive Director, Re:Vision
Adela Flores-Brennan, Executive Director, Colorado Consumer Health Initiative
Rudy Gonzales, Executive Director, Servicios de la Raza
Natalie Vogan, Associate Director of Programs, Colorado Rural Health Center