Racism

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As part of our response to Black Lives Matter, in mid-2020, ASFHG made racism an official health track.  We concur with the ~20 states that have declared racism to be a serious public health issue. We have encouraged fellows to incorporate the teaching of anti-racism in their current projects or choose that work as the primary focus of their projects.  We look forward to our first anti-racism projects to commence in 2021. 

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The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship is dedicated to training the next generation of professionals to serve and empower vulnerable people to build healthier communities and live healthier lives.

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