Speaker Series

State Of Black Arizona's Health And Well-Being Of Black Girls And Women In Arizona Report
January 20, 2022

The Health and Well- Being of Black Girls and Women in Arizona report is a first look at a minimally understood segment of our population. It explores available data on the health and well-being of Black women and girls in Arizona and across the nation; with particular attention on COVID-19, demographics, vital statistics, health care, and end of life.


Migration is a Human Right: Offering Welcoming and Inclusive Care in the Borderlands
December 14, 2021

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Casa Alitas and Clinica Amistad provide immediate and long-term care to people who have migrated to our borderlands. This presentation will give an overview of the current status of migration in our region, the strengths and benefits that people who migrate bring to our community, and how these two organizations utilize a community-based model of care to offer welcoming and inclusive care.


Allyship Workshop
December 7, 2021

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Curriculum Objectives:

By the end of these sessions, learners will be able to:


Evolution of Two-Spirit
November 30, 2021

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Sue will talk about her journey over the last 70 years.


Sue McConnell

(She-her)


Flag Raising Blessing Ceremony
November 10, 2021

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LiveStream: Honoring Veterans and Active Military Men and Women


Dia De Los Muertos | Celebration of Life
November 2, 2021

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Participate in the ofrendas, listen to mariachi, the blessings, enjoy the food and celebrate the memories of our departed loved ones together in person and virtually!


 


Health Disparities in Adults with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities: History, Current Issues, and Solutions
October 18, 2021

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We will discuss a brief history of health care for people with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD) in the US. Current equity issues will be covered, using the COVID pandemic as an example. Finally, we will discuss some national and local approaches to improving health care for adults with IDD.

Tamsen Bassford MD


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