The importance of partnerships in crisis is front and center as we confront the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the UNC Center for Health Equity Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have partnered to launch the webinar series, Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19.

Join us each session on Wednesdays at 1pm EST as we highlight the disparate impact of the disease in the most vulnerable communities in our nation. Please see below for information on each session, invited speakers and the link for registration. Each session will be recorded and transcribed and linked on this webpage.

Upcoming Sessions

[TBD] Native Communities’ Experience and Response to COVID-19, Part I


Invited Speakers:

Jada Brooks, PhD, MSPH, RN (Lumbee) – Assistant Professor, School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill*

Kim Pevia (Lumbee), Founder and CEO of K.A.P. Inner Prizes*

*Session Co-Facilitator

Additional upcoming topics include immigration, community resilience, indigenous community response, and more. Subscribe to our mailing list to be notified.

Past Sessions:

Click each link to access past session recordings, presentations and related resources.

[April 15] Facts and Lessons Learned from Recent Disasters

[April 22] Behind the Scenes and In the Shadows: Essential Employees in COVID-19

[April 29] Justice for All: Pandemic Response in Incarcerated Populations

[May 6] Pandemic Call and Response: Black Queer & Trans Communities

[May 3] Birth Equity during COVID-19

[May 20] Community Resilience & Healing during COVID-19


This webinar series is brought to you in partnership with the UNC Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. UNC CHER brings together collaborative, multidisciplinary teams of stakeholders to improve health in North Carolina communities with a shared commitment to innovation, collaboration, and health equity.


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