Tulsa County Blood at the Roots Conference Assistance

Be Well Community Development Corporation, in partnership with Tulsa Health Department, is hosting its 2nd annual Blood at the Roots Issues of Health Equity: The New Civil Rights Movement Conference. This two-day event is scheduled for April 11-12 in OSU – Tulsa. The conference title is a nod to the Abel Meeropol poem, “Strange Fruit,” made famous by Billie Holiday and Nina Simone. The conference will feature local and national experts in the fields of health equity and social justice to assist attendees with developing strategies to strengthen efforts to create sustained change in their communities.

Event organizers are asking for volunteering for this event. Positions to be filled include:

  • Registration

  • Breakfast Set-up

  • Lunch Set-Up

  • Vendor/Volunteer Check-In

  • Set-Up

  • Tear Down/Clean-Up

  • Breakout Session Monitor

  • Hallway Monitor 

All volunteers will be provided with a free t-shirt, access to attend sessions, and breakfast & lunch! All volunteers must attend a training session before the conference. We will offer the training both virtually and in person. Dates TBA.

Various dates, times, and positions available.  Select your date, time and position on Sign Up Genius link and type in the "Comments" section of your OKMRC shift for your OKMRC profile record. 

Blood at the Roots Conference - Issues of Health Equity Assistance

10 - 12 April 2024

OSU - Tulsa

700 N. Greenwood Ave., Tulsa

Shifts available from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Please sign up by clicking the "Sign Up for this Event" button at the bottom of this page AND by selecting a position on the Sign Up Genius link here: