Leveraging Narrative Strategy for Health and Racial Equity: The NYC Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention’s Journey

We sat down with Cindi Azuogu and Caroline Miller of the Bureau to talk about narrative change.
This timeline of BCDP’s narrative journey shows how far the Bureau has come in its understanding of racial justice and equity work. Looking forward, the Bureau will continue to deepen its commitment to detecting and disrupting dominant narratives and systematically shifting Bureau products and communications to align with racial equity and narrative change goals.
Cindi Azuogu (left) is a 2nd generation Nigerian-American woman who has been with the Bureau since 2018. Caroline Miller (right) is a White, Jewish woman who has worked in the Bureau since 2016.

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