Can you imagine a world in which everyone has a fair chance to be healthy? It starts with the removal of obstacles to health such as poverty, discrimination, lack of access to good jobs, etc., and ends when the immutable characteristics of race, gender, and sexual identity, are no longer correlated to higher rates of adverse health outcomes. The result is healthier communities. Hear from leaders at the forefront of this movement and learn how you can play a role in shaping the future of health.

Check out this video for an excerpt of the discussion on Health Equality vs Health Equity from the SXSW 2018 session titled, Making Health Equity a Reality.

Features: Vijaya Hogan, W.K. Kellogg Foundation; Kelly Bruno, National Health Foundation; Graham McLaughlin, Advisory Board; Emily Yu, BUILD Health Challenge

To see more content from this session check out the Making Health Equity a Reality Summary and the Q&A videos.