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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, UMN School of Public Health, Wife, Mom, CrossFitter fighting for Reproductive Equity and Dismantling Systems of Opppresion
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH 10m
Right?! In what universe does it make sense for to be in the audience for a talk about Black women's health?
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH 2h
and anyone else who cares about racism in medicine take a look at this policy brief written by I love that I have the opportunity to work with such amazing scholars across the country our future is bright!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH 2h
Replying to @4kira4moms
Because I am a mother to a daughter and I dream a world where she nor anyone else should have to worry about their ability to safely have a family.
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Monica McLemore PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN- tenured 3h
When I was asked to do a webinar for in 2019, I made sure to include from in 2020 let’s commit to ensuring the right voices and messengers are centered.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH 2h
Replying to @EdwinLindo
Word.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH 11h
Just when I thought I couldn’t Love ⁦⁩ any more than I already do she goes and drops this gem. As a proud this was everything!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 8
Replying to @MichelleSPhelps
OMG. Wishing u a quick recovery!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 7
Replying to @EdwinLindo
Start them young!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
Replying to @katybkoz @staceyabrams
She is a national treasure! I would follow her into battle any day! She spoke at the dinner tonight
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
Replying to @RheaBoydMD @jlegewie
Thanks Dr. Boyd!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
There are so many citations missing from this manuscript! Let’s start with Dr. Fleda Mask Jackson.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
Replying to @RRHDr
We have work to do. A LOT of work to do. To dismantle, to rebuild. Tonight I believe we can get it done.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
Replying to @staceyabrams
I was in said car on my way to hear speak. Im on my way home with tears in my eyes for a different reason. Stacey left me hopeful in a way I haven’t felt in a long time.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
I cried in a car this evening while reading this exquisite piece of journalism...heartbroken at yet one more reminder of the reality for Black & Brown bodies.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 6
Thanks Zinzi! 💜 u!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Dec 5
Replying to @ChomiloMD
It was SO good to finally meet you and Jenny in person! I appreciate knowing we are in the struggle together!
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Katy Backes Kozhimannil, PhD, MPA Dec 5
I said what I said.
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Dr. Nathan Chomilo Dec 5
“Public Health has done a good job talking about the SDOH, that where we live, work, play and worship impacts our health. But we haven’t done as good of a job looking at WHY. I believe the reason is structural racism.” - 👏🏾👏🏾
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Dr. Nathan Chomilo Dec 5
Replying to @RRHDr
“The current systems in place are working as designed. And they were never designed for the health of black & brown bodies”- She provides an outline of how we can educate ourselves, work to dismantle systems & build more equitable & just systems for ALL
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Michelle S. Phelps Dec 5
For the healthcare providers out there -- want to know how to address the impact of police violence (and other forms of structural racism) on Black patients who are pregnant? Follow , , & 's advice here:
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