Presented in collaboration with the Arnhold Institute of Global Health, Strive, and the PopTech Institute, Harlem First: Mapping the Health of a Community brings together designers, community leaders, residents, data scientists and health care professionals to conceive a new future of wellness care.
Join us on Monday February 1st to hear five diverse perspectives on what community health is and what drives it.
– Community leader and public servant, Clyde Williams;
– Manhattan District Attorney, Cyrus Vance Jr.
– Director of the Arnhold Global Health Institute, Dr. Prabhjot Singh;
– Co-founder of Strive, Rob Carmona;
– Harlem resident and activist, Carmen Quinones.
Come and hear our speakers in conversation about what influences the health of Harlem, and participate in a discussion about what we can learn from the Harlem First initiative, and how this method of analysis can apply to larger communities and the overall state of healthcare in America.
You are invited to celebrate the opening of Harlem First: Mapping the Health of a Community, an exhibition of work by MFA Design for Social Innovation students that addresses the health needs of a community.
The exhibition consists of interpretative, student-designed maps of the Harlem neighborhood that visualize data, an interactive project room for developing ideas, and a symposium for applying this method of analysis to larger communities and the overall state of health care in America.
January 11 – February 1
Open 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Monday – Saturday
Admission is free
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