“When You’re Strange: Stigma and the Struggle to end Homelessness in the U.S.”

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This week’s Medical Center Hour on Wednesday is the Kenneth R. Crispell Memorial History Lecture and co-sponsored by the History of the Health Sciences Lecture Series. Marian Moser Jones, University of Maryland Public Health Department, will be speaking on “When You’re Strange: Stigma and the Struggle to end Homelessness in the U.S.” Her respondent will be Coleen Keller, Executive Director of PACEM in Charlottesville. Join us on March 28th at 12:30-1:30 pm in the Jordan Conference Center Auditorium.