Edwin Black - Public Health: Historical Underpinnings and Potentially Repressive Policies Lecture – UC Berkeley, August 7, 6:30pm
Edwin Black, New York Times bestselling international investigative author of eugenics fame (War Against the Weak), is speaking on August 7th at UC Berkeley on Public Health: Historical Underpinnings and Potentially Repressive Policies. He will speak with an eye toward vaccination in this lecture, and offer information that has never been presented before. He will touch on new concepts regarding social impacts of vaccination mandates, which will feed our movement intellectually for the decade ahead.
Ken Stoller MD, author of Incurable Me, will give an introductory talk at the event, to provide the medical research history which complements the public health/social factors discussed by Edwin Black.
We would love for you to join us! The event is open to all, with several options for attendees. Here is the link to get tickets: https://rmt.ticketleap.com/edwin-black/dates/Aug-07-2018_at_0600PM (Please look at all the ticket options, as there is a wide variation in choices.)