Food or Shelter? An Introduction to Understanding the Connections between Housing and Food Insecurity

By Kirwan Researchers: Kierra S. Barnett, Glennon Sweeney, and Mikyung Baek for The BLOCK Project Kevin and Michelle are a young married couple with two small children living in Columbus, OH. Both work full-time, and earn a combined yearly income of $45,000. A few years ago, they bought a small house in order to move out of … Continue reading »

Food or Shelter? An Introduction to Understanding the Connections between Housing and Food Insecurity

Kirwan Institute’s Documentary “Free To Ride” Opens Friday at Gateway

The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity’s award-winning documentary “Free To Ride” returns to Gateway Film Center Friday, June 23 at 7pm by popular demand. “Free To Ride” made its sold-out official Columbus premiere on April 12 as part of Gateway Film Center’s Ohio Grown Series and returns for a week-long run from … Continue reading »

Kirwan Institute’s Documentary “Free To Ride” Opens Friday at Gateway

Free To Ride: Dayton Premiere

The Fight for a Route Across the Hidden Boundaries of Privilege July 16, 2017 at 3pm The Neon 130 E 5th St | Dayton, OH 45402 The Kirwan Institute’s upcoming feature-length documentary film, Free To Ride, will have its Dayton premiere at The Neon on July 16, 2017. Ticket information coming soon. Email Matthew Martin for more information. … Continue reading »

Addressing Unconscious Biases in Health Care

Studies consistently demonstrate that diversity in the health care workforce enriches the quality of health care, medical education, and research. Yet, while academic medicine has made progress in addressing overt discrimination, unconscious biases continue to impede the goal of making medical schools and teaching hospitals more diverse, according to a new publication. The new publication … Continue reading »

Addressing Unconscious Biases in Health Care