In the latest Fairness First “Health Equity Voices” podcast, Deborah Harris told host Alexandra Samarron Longorio that a friend had given her a pendant engraved with, “For such a time as this.”
That inscription aptly defines… Read more
The founders and co-hosts of the Southwest Health Equity Research Collaborative’s Fairness First podcast, Carmenlita Chief and Alexandra Samarron Longorio, are venturing into a new podcast format called “Health Equity Chitchat.”
In the span of about 30 minutes, the co-hosts discuss and unpack a critical scholarly publication produced by people identifying as queer or women of color, while also highlighting how the scholarship and knowledge can be applied to academic… Read more
Bridget Barker is a research-intensive associate professor in NAU’s Department of Biological Sciences. Her research focus is the ecology/genomics of human pathogens Coccidioides immitis and C. posadasii.
A. I study a fungus that causes a disease- the fungus is actually 2 species: Coccidioides immitis and Coccidioides posadasii. The disease… Read more
Carmenlita Chief and Alexandra Samarron Longorio have devoted their careers to ensuring that every person, especially the most underrepresented and underserved, has a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible.
It was this commitment to health equity that sparked the senior research coordinators at the Southwest Health Equity Research Collaborative’s Community Engagement Core to create their recently released Fairness First Campaign.
Through… Read more
A. I research how human communities can become “fire adapted” (i.e., live with fire while minimizing impacts and losses) before, during, and after wildfires. This involves using a suite of social science… Read more
Join Health Justice Futures in an online conversation on Sept. 29 at 5:30 p.m., MST, with Indigenous visual artists, Liva’ndrea Knoki and Garrett Etsitty, who will discuss the beauty of art in mobilizing Indigenous communities, the power of visibility, and what health justice means in the context of Indigenous sovereignty, gender, housing and… Read more