People’s HeART Project
The Peoples’ HeART, a Mass General institutional–community collaboration with the mission of reimagining our clinical spaces to make them more accepting and to better reflect and welcome the diverse populations of our staff and people we serve is proud to announce a new exhibit.
When: June 14–June 25
Where: Walls on the left as you walk from the main entrance towards Coffee Central, and down the hallway to the left, as you walk towards the Gift Shop.
2021 Juneteenth CelebrationPresented by
Mass General Radiology Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Date: Friday, June 18, 2021
Time: 12pm - 4pm (various segments)
- Program Open—Efrén Flores, MD, Officer, Radiology Equity & Community Health
- Welcome Remarks—Joseph Betancourt, MD, MPH, SVP MGH Equity & Community Health
- Juneteenth Celebration Welcome Address—Win Williams, MD Associate Chief of the Mass General Division of Nephrology and Founding Director of the Mass General Center for Diversity and Inclusion
- Introduction of Keynote Speaker—Win Williams, MD
- Keynote Address: Joy, Empowerment & Significance of Juneteenth as Celebration—Robert E. Fullilove, EdD Associate Dean for Community and Minority Affairs, Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences and the co-director of the Cities Research Group at Columbia School of Public Health
- Overview Introduction: The Role of The Arts in Equity & Inclusion: Conduit for Healing—Dan Chonde, MD, PhD
- Q&A with Dr. Fullilove and Dr. Chonde Moderated by Efren Flores, MD
- People’s Art Project Showcase: Off the Grid—Dan Chonde, MD PhD, Allison Brooks, MD, and other members of the project leadership team
- People’s Art Project Current Exhibit Presentation—Dan Chonde, MD and Megan Carleton
Looking Ahead: Joseph Betancourt, MD—Vice President, Mass General Equity & Community Health
3 pm Part III: Virtual Tour of Royall House Museum
Moderated Dania Daye, MD PhD Diversity Officer Radiology Department and Christy Egun, Senior Director Mass General Center for Community Health Improvement
Royall House and Slave Quarters was home to the largest slaveholding family in Massachusetts and the enslaved Africans who made their lavish way of life possible. Today, the Royall House and Slave Quarters is a museum whose architecture, household items, archaeological artifacts, and programs bear witness to intertwined stories of wealth and bondage, set against the backdrop of America’s quest for independence.
Sponsored by Radiology Department’s Frigoletto Grant for URM Faculty Development, joined by CCHI Mass General Youth Scholars.
Special Menu at Eat Street Café
Juneteenth MenuFriday, June 18, 2021
Chef StageJamaican Jerk Chicken Stir Fry
BBQ Pork with Cole Slaw
CarveryBaby Back Ribs
Buttermilk Fried Chicken
Side DishesNigerian Jollof
Roasted Sweet Potato & Onion
Collard Greens with Red Onions
SoupBlack-eyed Pea Soup
Beef Creole Soup