Re-Imagining Valentine's Day: Candy Hearts for Community Cultivation
SPH1A 1690 & Online on Zoom
SPH1A 1690 & Online on Zoom
We wanted to invite you to our first Black & Pink at SPH event of the semester: Re-Imagining Valentine's Day: Candy Hearts for Community Cultivation. The event will take place Friday, January 27th, 2-3pm EST in SPH1A 1690 (to the left of the Community Room, to the left of the front desk). At this event, we'll hear from attorney Aaron El Sabrout about his work supporting incarcerated people as they navigate "healthcare" systems in prisons and other carceral spaces. Aaron El Sabrout is an Egyptian/American transgender artist, writer, gardener, and lawyer, who is always trying to challenge rigid binaries and categorizations. We will also discuss what "community" means to us in public health and collect these responses to share with incarcerated LGBTQ+ folks and folks living with HIV/AIDS to invite into a discussion at our next gathering. Black and Pink at SPH, Adelante Lab (Dr. Bill Lopez)

Re-Imagining Valentine's Day: Candy Hearts for Community Cultivation

We'll hear from attorney Aaron El Sabrout about his work supporting incarcerated people as they navigate "healthcare" systems in prisons and other carceral spaces & discuss what community means to us.

icon to add this event to your google calendarJanuary 27, 2023
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
SPH1A 1690 & Online on Zoom
This event is both online and in person
Sponsored by: Black and Pink at SPH, Adelante Lab (Dr. Bill Lopez)
Contact Information: Meghna Singh (Adelante Lab Manager), mssingh@umich.edu

More Information & Registration

We wanted to invite you to our first Black & Pink at SPH event of the semester: Re-Imagining Valentine's Day: Candy Hearts for Community Cultivation. The event will take place Friday, January 27th, 2-3pm EST in SPH1A 1690 (to the left of the Community Room, to the left of the front desk). At this event, we'll hear from attorney Aaron El Sabrout about his work supporting incarcerated people as they navigate "healthcare" systems in prisons and other carceral spaces. Aaron El Sabrout is an Egyptian/American transgender artist, writer, gardener, and lawyer, who is always trying to challenge rigid binaries and categorizations. We will also discuss what "community" means to us in public health and collect these responses to share with incarcerated LGBTQ+ folks and folks living with HIV/AIDS to invite into a discussion at our next gathering.

Event Flyer for Re-Imagining Valentine