Building Resilient Communities


February 11, 2021
9:30am-12:30pm EST


Mo Barbosa, Health Resources in Action

How our communities were planned and built years ago continues to shape the health of residents today. This training will allow participants to dig deeper into the history of racist housing policies, emphasizing the intentional disenfranchisement of Black and Brown communities and the implications for our health and racial equity work. In this training, participants will explore the local history of structural racism in Boston and learn how the built environment has a profound impact on how communities can prepare for and respond to emergencies. Using case studies on a range of topics (e.g. climate change and COVID-19), the trainers will explore how the history of red lining and segregation in Boston continues to impact the health of Black and Brown communities today. This training will support coalitions to help build community resiliency, and to engage the communities most impacted by structural racism to lead the conversation around these issues.

Registration fee: 


Type of event: 

Partner Events

Learning area: 

Commun. Org. & Planning
Racial Equity


Community Health Training Institute