The Untold Stories in U.S. Health Policy History

Untold Stories in Public Health is a course that introduces students to individuals, groups, and events whose impact on public health have been left out of US history. From African American physicians whose work has gone unnoticed to policy makers whose legacy has yet to be written, this course reviews the unsung heroes, their impact, the discrimination and structural racism they faced, and the work they left behind. 

This website showcases the untold stories students have uncovered highlighting the works and impacts of these individuals, groups, and events.


Untold Stories and Alexander Augusta

Select 2021 Recordings