Neighborhood Vital Signs: Resources in Brooklyn and Curtis Bay

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Neighborhood Vital Signs: Resources in Brooklyn and Curtis Bay

Baltimore City is home to approximately 600,000 residents in over 250 neighborhoods. Each neighborhood boasts their own personality and sense of community, but unfortunately not each can boast access to needed resources and support. The neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Curtis Bay in southwest Baltimore are two areas where residents often don’t have access to the resources that are vital to healthy neighborhoods such as reliable transportation, fresh and healthy food, and affordable preventative and emergency healthcare. Over the past several years Del. Lewis has worked with the Brooklyn and Curtis Bay communities to bring additional resources to these areas. Join Robbyn Lewis, MPH, for a conversation on what is at stake in the Baltimore neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Curtis Bay, what needs the communities have identified, and what is possible for the health of these communities and neighborhoods when needs are met.    

ABOUT Robbyn Lewis

Robbyn Lewis, MPH, is an experienced international public health practitioner and policymaker who serves as Practicum & Alumni Partnerships Coordinator in the Department of International Health at the Bloomberg School. Since 2017 she has represented the 46th legislative district in the Maryland House of Delegates. Del. Lewis received her MPH from the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health.

 Event Date
Thursday, August 11, 2022
Start Time: 12:00pm EDT
End Time: 12:30pm EDT

 Location

Virtual
Baltimore, MD 21205

 Map

 Contact
Elizabeth Rigsbee
937-408-6063
erigsbee@jhu.edu

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