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Health Justice Collective

Established Summer 2020, the Health Justice Collective (HJC) serves as a group of faculty, staff, and students vested in the progression of health equity, social justice, and unbiased healthcare. With varying academic, professional and scholarly diversity, the HJC presents a sustainable project to achieve clear and concise objectives with projected outcomes that enhance the universities core values and strategic plan. 

The project titled, “You Can’t Spell Memphis Without ME” launched February 2021!

The campaign will be available on the following platforms.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What content should I expect to see?
  • Interviews with UTHSC faculty, staff, students, trainees and community members
  • Health equity/justice facts
  • Giveaways
  • Equity, justice and diversity related campus and community events
What is a collective?
A collective is a group of people working together on a common project without utilizing internal hierarchies as present in organizations with directors, managers or presidents. The idea of collective is intended to share decision-making power amongst the individuals that make up the collective and membership is voluntary and can be fluid.
Is there a membership fee?
No, there is not.
How can I join the Health Justice Collective or learn more about the work you all do?
If you are interested in joining the collective, complete the interest form below or use the direct link here. For questions, contact us via email at
Who can join the collective?
The collective is open to all students, staff, faculty, trainees, and community partners from all sites.


Last Published: Jun 3, 2021