Teaching is a public health practice.

His acknowledgments last until about 4:40. Although this portion of his speech does not explicitly relate to the convictions and ideas he throws at us and around us, I believe the intimate (inter)personal details he shares carry really meaningful (hi)stories, and bring a crucial level of humanity to the work he urges us to do.

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