Beauty + Justice

Dr. Tamarra James-Todd

Join Dr. Tamarra James-Todd from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in conversations with leaders from healthcare, academia, non-profits, and the clean beauty business industry about what it will take to create a more clean and equitable future of beauty for everyone. read less

Introducing: Beauty + Justice
Oct 26 2022
Introducing: Beauty + Justice
Dr. Tamarra James-Todd, head of the Environmental Reproductive Justice Lab at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, will be joined by leaders from healthcare, academia, non-profits, and the clean beauty business industry to unpack how historical and current narratives about beauty have perpetuated economic, social and environmental injustices. We’ll also dive into the ways that people are already at work creating a more clean and equitable future of beauty for everyone. Get a sneak peek of what our new podcast, Beauty + Justice, is all about in this trailer episode. Check back on November 10th for the first full episode—streaming on all major podcast platforms. New episodes will drop every two weeks.For a full transcript of this episode, visit our website: https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/james-toddlab/beauty-justice-podcast-0Featured in this episode:Justice and Beauty definitionsTabitha Lumour-Mensah, PhD student at Harvard TH Chan School of Public HealthGerardo Rodriguez, Research Assistant at Harvard TH Chan School of Public HealthKatherine Van Woert, Research Assistant at Harvard TH Chan School of Public HealthLillian Claus, Master's student at Simmons UniversitySome of our future podcast guests Dr. Chesahna Kindred, Dermatologist and Founder of the Kindred Hair and Skin CenterDr. Blair Wylie, Founding Director, The Collaborative for Women's Environmental Health at Columbia University Irving Medical CenterDr. Robin Dodson, Associate Director of Research Operations at Silent Spring InstituteBoma Brown-West, Chief Growth Officer at Healthy  Building Network (previously at Environmental Defense Fund)