November 2020 Community Read – Racism: History and Impact on the Health and Well-Being of American Indian Communities

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Racism: History and Impact on the Health and Well-Being of American Indian Communities

All times: 12:00 – 1:00 pm via Zoom (link to all event pages)

  • Monday, November 2nd*:
    Ramifications of Historical Health Disparities in the AI/AN Community
  • Tuesday, November 10th:
    COVID-19 in American Indian Communities
  • Tuesday, November 17th:
    MMIP and Violence in American Indian Communities
  • Tuesday, November 24th:
    The Real History of Thanksgiving

RSVP HERE* for the Zoom link and List of Readings/Media.

*The registration incorrectly lists the first session as November 3rd. Please choose that date anyway, but mark your calendar for noon on Monday, November 2nd.

Franci Lynne Taylor, Director, American Indian Resource Center

Co-Sponsored by:
American Indian Resource Center (AIRC)
Office of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OHEDI)
Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL)


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

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