Black and yellow slide, reads "Question our own practices + Be an ally"

Question our own practices + Be an ally

The second thing that in part defines the work of the Center for Critical Public Health, is making central the fact that public health knowledge emerging from research is also socially constructed.

Now I’m not arguing against the existence of facts — I’m not completely postmodern in that way.

But what I am suggesting is that the nature of our research, the questions that we ask and don’t ask, the literature that we cite and don’t cite, the interpretations of our analyses, the nature of the recommendations we make in public health, are very much socially structured…

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