BreakThroughs: The Tulane Public Health & Social Justice Film Festival

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POSTPONED until September 2020 BreakThroughs: The Tulane Public Health & Social Justice Film Festival is an outgrowth of The School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine collaboration with a non-profit radio station on a public health film festival last year (F-NO). Do you have a film about Health Equity? We are currently accepting all categories--short and feature length films; documentary film; professional and student films; and even animated or children's films that tackle public health and social justice issues tailored for a young audience. Our fest April 3-5 in New Orleans, Louisiana will explore public health and social justice topics-- gun violence, reproductive health and rights, racial health disparities, veterans returning from combat with PTSD, living with HIV, and indigenous populations' rights-- framed in the context of health equity. Public health and social justice consistently intersect and both areas run broad and deep. BreakThroughs Film Fest seeks to showcase many points of views and diverse voices across these communities. About The School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine: We have been a leader in the field of public health for more than 100 years, with an international view of public health throughout our history, while remaining firmly grounded in the culturally rich city of New Orleans, Louisiana. Learn more at sph.tulane.edu

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