It was an evening of BIG + BOLD IDEAS!
The TEDxUNC Salon: What if…Reimagining Maternal and Child Health in the US was held on January 17th.
Join the momentum, share your “what if,” big+bold call for action using #WhatIfMCH.
- Find photo galleries from the TEDxUNC #WhatIfMCH HERE.
- View the TEDxUNC Salon “What If” Program HERE.
- These talks & performances have been filmed, edited, and will be premiered at the Association for Maternal and Child Health Programs’ National Conference Details here. Speaker features will be shared at www.beforeandbeyond.org.
Our speakers for the evening who helped us reimagine health by asking what if…
Malika Redmond, MA
What if… justice could only be realized if we listened to the voices of Black women?
Why the Knowledge and Work of Black Women Can Be Our Guide Towards Reproductive Justice and Social Transformation
Alison Stuebe, MD, MSc, FACOG, FABM
What if …we counted caring work?
Closing the care work deficit with the Care4America Corps
What if…running together remedied racism?
Running Together to Create a Culture of Health and to Help Remedy Racism
Tanya M. Bass, MS, CHES – SouthernSexologist™
What if… we normalized intimacy?
Including Intimacy In Reproductive Life Planning & Sexual Health Education
Cornell P. Wright, MPA
What if… we viewed sexual health in context?
#ColorPurpleRain: Sexual Health Equity in Context
Monica Raye Simpson
What if…we coupled our activism with our artistry?
Artivism: A Strategy for Shifting Culture of Maternal & Child Health
The evening was supported by: