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 Chicago International Woman's Day - Rasmea Odeh Awards 
 Mildred Williamson, Phd, MSW
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  
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Mildred Williamson speaks about the history of and the continuing struggle for justice; the role of women who lead
that struggle and inspire others to do so as well.
Sponsored by Committee to Stop FBI Repression, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, the U.S. Palestinian Community Network, the American Party of Labor, Anakbayan, the Chicago Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression, the Anti-War Committee, and Workers World Party.
Mildred Williamson, PhD, MSW, became the HIV/AIDS Section Chief for the Illinois Department of Public
Health in 2008. In 1998 she helped to launch “Project Brotherhood: A Black Men’s Clinic,” while serving as administrator for Woodlawn Health Center in Chicago. She began her career in public health care delivery in 1989 as the first administrator of the Women & Chil
dren HIV Program at Cook County Hospital, which is
now one of the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center programs.
Mildred completed requirements for her Master’s de
gree in Social Work in 1989 and her doctorate in Social
Work in 2000 at the School of Social Service
Administration/University of Chicago.

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00:09:30 English 2016-03-08
 Chicago, Illinois
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