Community Read – Summer 2018: I’ll Go and Do More

Joan M. Gregory

Joan M. Gregory
Associate Director, Access and Inclusion

I’ll Go and Do More: Annie Dodge Wauneka, Navajo Leader and Activist

I'll Go and Do More: Annie Dodge Wauneka, Navajo Leader and ActivistDates: Thursdays, June 14 – July 19, 2018
Time: Noon-1:00pm
Location: Lower level, Eccles Health Sciences Library

RSVP for Lunch using the links in the table below.
CME Offered.

This summer the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion, the Native American Summer Research Internship (NARI) program, and Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) are co-sponsoring the reading of:  I’ll Go and Do More by Carolyn Niethammer.  Starting on June 14th the community is invited to gather at NOON in the lower level of EHSL, enjoy a light lunch, and have a lively discussion of the book.

I’ll Go and Do More: Annie Dodge Wauneka, Navajo Leader and Activist is the story of Annie Dodge Wauneka (1918–97), daughter of Navajo leader, Chee Dodge, three term member of the Navajo Tribal Council, advocate for Navajo public health and education, the first Native American to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and The Legendary Mother of the Navajo Nation, as recognized by the Navajo Council. I’ll Go and Do More chronicles the triumphs, challenges, and enduring accomplishments of Annie Dodge Wauneka as she advocated for American Indian health care, education, and other issues, working both on the reservation and in the halls of Congress to improve the lives of the people of the Navajo Nation.

Schedule of Discussions:
Session Date Facilitator Chapters Lunch
1 06/14/2018 Franci Taylor Intro-Ch. 2
2 06/21/2018 Lillian Tom-Orme Ch. 3-4
3 06/28/2018 Nathan Begaye Ch. 5-6
4 07/05/2018 Scott Willie Ch. 7-8
5 07/12/2018 Phyllis Nassi Ch. 9-10 RSVP
6 07/19/2018 Chuck Foster Ch. 11-14 RSVP

Check out the online LibGuide for further information about Annie Dodge Wauneka, the book (I’ll Go and Do More), and the author (Carolyn Niethammer) as well as for links to the Lunch RSVPs.  Copies of the book are available at the EHSL Main Level Service Desk.

DISCLOSURE: Neither the speaker(s), planner(s), nor anyone else in control of the content for Community Reads has any financial relationship with commercial products or services.

ACCME AccreditedACCREDITATION: The University of Utah School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA Credit: The University of Utah School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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