Dhaliwal, Wolin Talk Community, Healing on KQED’s “MindShift” Podcast

Monday, October 29, 2018

"Health Education Lecturers Kanwarpal Dhaliwal, MPH '07 and Jessica Wolin are featured in the Oct. 23 episode of KQED’s “MindShift” podcast. The episode focuses on RYSE, a Richmond youth center that Dhaliwal founded as a student in SF State’s Master of Public Health program. RYSE is seeking to change the community’s culture by providing something to young people that’s sometimes missing in their schools and home lives: love and support. In the podcast, Wolin, the Health Equity Institute’s associate director for community practice, says RYSE demonstrates how listening to community members and supporting them as agents of change is a powerful strategy for community healing. Click here to listen to the podcast and learn more about RYSE and community trauma."

Feature From: SF State Campus Memo 10.29.18 - Spotlight