Metropolitan Detroit is a rich tapestry of racial, ethnic, national, socio-economic, sexual orientation, gender identity, physically-limited/able diversity. It also has a long history of grassroots community activism and advocacy addressing social, economic, and health injury and injustice. Home to significant health disparities and inequities that reflect global realities, the region offers global health scholars and practitioners the unique opportunity for bi-directional service, learning, and research that provide benefit for local and international citizens.
WSUGHA has partnered with organizations locally and abroad to be a voice and motive force for change in health inequity. See our Calendar of Events below to learn more: