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“As we expected, the South Side is being the hardest hit in this pandemic”
How can we make health research more equitably accessible to populations experiencing health disparities? Since we began the Chicago Community, Media & Research Partnership in September of 2019, the question we set out to explore has become more urgent than ever. In our second update on the project, we share the impact COVID-19 has had on our work, via perspectives from our parters.
“I like being able to respond to the public, and let them know we’re listening, and we’re not just in some ivory tower.”
Monica Eng is the latest to be featured in the Voices of Our Time series by blog editor Mareva Lindo, featuring interviews with past winners of the Studs Terkel Community Media Award.

Watch Jhmira Alexander in the Communication Network's Virtual Roundtable: Rebuilding Better (replay)
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