Sat, Oct 02|
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Presenter: Ihotu Jennifer Ali, MPH, LMT What BIPOC healers saw through the Uprising and what we see as a path for rebuilding trust in health care systems. Everyone is welcome. $10 to register. $5 for members. 2 contact hours
Time & Location
Oct 02, 2021, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
About the Event
Ihotu Jennifer Ali, MPH, LMT, Director of Oshun Center for Intercultural Healing, powered by We Sparkle
Join us virtually to hear Ihotu share what BIPOC healers saw through the Uprising and what we see as a path for rebuilding trust in health care systems. There will be an opportunity for discussion.
BEFORE THE EVENT
To provide a good framework for our discussion, please read at least one resource in Ihotu's list of references before attending the event. To learn more about Ihotu and browse the list of references, visit our blog post, here.
Everyone is welcome.
$10 to register. $5 for members.
2 contact hours
1. Explore the state of cross-cultural relationships and historical trust as well as areas of racial disparities and racism in maternal and mental health care as they present in Minnesota, especially since the pandemic and murder of Mr. George Floyd.
2. Identify pragmatic ideas that can be integrated into nursing practice, as potential starting points for social justice work within local hospitals, insurance, and health care systems.
3. Describe the Oshun Center for Intercultural Healing, an interracial teaching and learning collective of doctors, midwives, and community healers, and potential ways to learn and collaborate that may be of interest to MinnHNA members.
This is your event ticket. You will receive an email with details on how to join the event on Google Meet. Please reach out to us if you have questions. Looking forward to seeing you there!$10.00+$0.25 service fee