News from Dr. Gail C. Christopher’s Official Website

  • Racial Healing at the CAAP Annual Community Action Symposium 2019
    by mparris on August 10, 2020 at 11:11 pm

    Dr. Gail Christopher presents at the Community Action Association of Pennsylvania (CAAP) Annual Community Action Symposium 2019

  • Loss of a Hero who Believed in Healing and America’s Potential
    by mparris on July 29, 2020 at 12:40 pm

    By Gail C. Christopher Congressman John Lewis understood that human suffering often ignites the human heart, a phenomenon experienced globally recently as George Floyd’s suffering spurs an awakening to the racism around us. As a young freedom fighter, Congressman Lewis suffered a brutal beating and a fractured skull at the hands of law-enforcement troopers in

  • Truth and Racial Healing Press Kit Release
    by mparris on July 27, 2020 at 3:03 pm

    Achieving health equity requires eliminating racism. We are supportive of Congresswoman Barbara Lee’s ongoing and long-standing leadership on issues of racial justice and equity. She has introduced a resolution calling for the creation of a US Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Commission. We at National Collaborative for Health Equity encourage you to educate decision makers about this important effort and raise your

  • Rx Racial Healing at BPT 2020
    by mparris on July 16, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    Dr. Gail Christopher presents at the 5th annual Beyond Paper Tigers Conference hosted by Community Resilience Initiative (CRI). In this video, participants will increase their understanding of the link between exposure to structural and interpersonal racism, and trauma-informed care, service and educational environments; and to explore related healing concepts. Learning Objectives: Racial Healing as a

  • by mparris on June 19, 2020 at 7:34 pm

    June 19, 2020Statement by Dr. Gail C. Christopher,Executive DirectorNational Collaborative for Health Equity Juneteenth: Honoring our Ancestors Today, the Juneteenth holiday, should be a source of inspiration for all people in America. Commemorating this day will help us all breathe by inspiring us to see and to eliminate the lasting, until now, seemingly permanent, permission