Bioethics and CGREAL host photo exhibit by Cleveland youth and seniors on health disparities, genetics

Brenda Abreu's photo, Endless Solution: Day by day, this is reality, what people go through, pills and pills, bottles of pills. It’s just an endless amount of prescription pills; it’s just an endless solution.

The Department of Bioethics and the Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law (CGREAL) will host “Community Voices: A Perspective of Health and Genetics Through Photo Documentation” March 7 from 10 a.m. to noon.

The free, public event, to be held at Cleveland Public Library’s Martin Luther King Jr. Branch (1962 Stokes Blvd.), is an exhibit of photos taken by Cleveland youth and seniors on the topics of health disparities and genetics.

All participants selected one photo to be exhibited in the show and will be there to meet and share their experiences with attendees.

The exhibit will also be on display March 2-9 at the library.

This project is part of a greater dissemination plan connected to the Community Voices grant on health disparities and genetics.

The photos, and more information on this project, can be viewed online.

For more information, contact Laura Morello at 368.5747 or