LMSA presents: An Introduction to SW Detroit and Health Considerations
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5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The Latino Medical Student Association at Wayne State University School of Medicine is excited to host Mr. Osvaldo Rivera for a spcecial on-campus presentation "An Orientation to Southwest Detroit and Health Considerations".
Mr. Rivera is a Puerto-Rican native who has lived in southwest Detroit for most of his life. He is a highly regarded social worker, educator, and advocate. He has done great work with numerous non-profit organizations in southwest Detroit for close to five decades and continues to be a great advocate for Latino/a Americans today.
Currently, Mr. Rivera is a lecturer at the Univeristy of Michigan School of Social Work and part-time faculty here at Wayne State University in the department of Latino/a and Latin American Studies.
His full biography can be found via the following link: https://las.wayne.edu/profile/ag3092
There will be light refreshments provided and time alloted after the presentation for discussion.
We look forward to meeting you! If possible, please RSVP with the link provided although this is not required for admission.