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As a senior researcher for University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences, Mr. Trinidad Jackson's research and action involves the spectrums of power, equity, and initiatives that aim to protect, preserve, and uplift terrorized communities. Trinidad is from St. Louis and much of his past and present work has engaged communities in St. Louis, Nashville, Ghana, and Louisville in healing, sociopolitical action, and liberation. He currently serves on the management team for the Youth Violence Prevention Research Center, a Center of Excellence designation given by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address youth violence through a social norming campaign in Louisville, Kentucky. While youth violence is the historically used term, Trinidad is an advocate for, instead, targeting structural violence since it creates the abysmal conditions in which humans are expected to thrive.His academic background includes a bachelor of arts in psychology from Kentucky State University, a master of science in clinical psychology from Morehead State University, and a master of public health in health management and systems sciences from the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences; he is currently a PhD candidate in Public Health Sciences.
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