Rebecca O. Johnson

BA, MS (community economic development), Southern New Hampshire University. MFA (nonfiction), Sarah Lawrence College. Founder and executive director of Cooperative Economics for Women, Boston, Massachusetts. Expertise in community organizing, participatory action research, oral history, and other forms of community history research. Recent published works include: Lonesome Refugees (Callaloo, 2007); We Want To Be At The Table: Helping Environmental Groups Rebuild After Katrina (Environmental Support Center, 2006); The History of Charity (Grassroots Fundraising Journal Conference, 2006); New Moon Over Roxbury, Ecofeminism and the Sacred, Carol Adams, ed. (Continuum, 1993). SLC, 2007—

Graduate program: Health Advocacy Program

Courses taught in Health Advocacy Program

Courses from previous years

  • Capstone Seminar
  • History of Health Care in the United States

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