Welcome to RPH Wiki! This is a database of radical perspectives on public health education, research, and practice. We talk about:

  • militarism, war prevention, and peace promotion
  • mass incarceration and the prison nation
  • neoliberalism
  • trauma and sexual violence
  • protest and dissent as key tools to achieving health equity
  • facing and overcoming economic and political oppression and structural violence.

Everyone is encouraged to participate.

How can I help?

  • MPH students and professors: Use the resources to enable class projects and capstones. Add what you learn to the knowledge base.
  • Community organizers, health workers, high school students, and academics: Use this site to advance your work, request research, and share what you know!

Who is Radical Public Health?

Radical Public Health (RPH) is a group of students, alumni, faculty, and staff from the UIC School of Public Health, joined by community members, that seeks to address the systemic, underlying causes of public health challenges and to consider more radical solutions. RPH hosts group discussions, guest lectures, film screenings, teach-ins, and panel discussions. See our web page and facebook page for more about us, or start a Radical Public Health group at your school.

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