Attend Forum on Johns Hopkins and Development

Antero Pietilla’s “Not in My Neighborhood” laid out Baltimore’s long history of segregation for all to understand. His new book, “The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: The Life and Legacy that Shaped an American City”  discusses the life and legacy of John Hopkins the person and the role played by the institutions he founded on development in Baltimore, especially as it pertains to race.

Join Mr. Pietilla at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for a discussion of his book and hear from an expert panel that includes:

Rev. Debbie Hickman, CEO of Sisters Together and Reaching
Rebecca Hoffberger, founder and director, American Visionary Arts Museum
Graham Mooney, associate professor, Johns Hopkins Department of the History of Medicine
Ronald R. Peterson, president emeritus, Johns Hopkins Health System and Special Advisor to the Dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine

For more information and to register, click here.

The talk will be:

Tuesday, November 20
4 pm-5:30 pm
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sommer Hall
615 N Wolfe St
Baltimore, MD 21205

 

 

 

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