NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE
Advocacy in Medicine
Politics is medicine on a grand scale. Dr. El-Sayed delivers the keynote address at the 2018 Advocacy in Medicine conference hosted by the New York Academy of Medicine.
Poor Health: Assumptions, Facts, Opportunities
How do social and economic factors influence health outcomes? Dr. Abdul El-Sayed explores these issues of unequal health and describes how public health can be leveraged to disrupt intergenerational poverty.
RADCLIFFE INSTITUTE AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY
The Epidemic of Poverty: The Government Imperative
As part of the 2017-2018 Epidemics Science Lecture Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed plots the evolution of his career-from helping to rebuild the Detroit Health Department following the city's municipal bankruptcy to his run for governor of Michigan.
CAMPAIGN RALLY WITH SEN. BERNIE SANDERS
Progressive Politics Cannnot Wait
In the final week of his gubernatorial run, Dr. El-Sayed speaks to a crowd of over 2,000 Michiganders at a Detroit rally with Senator Bernie Sanders on the urgency of moving Michigan towards a more just, equitable, and sustainable future.
UMAA ANNUAL CONVENTION
Our Focus Should Be on Justice, Not Just US
At the 16th annual convention of the Universal Muslim Association of America, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed outlines the importance of the Muslim community engaging in the political process during this critical period in American history.