Join Health Justice Futures in a online conversation 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 settler colonialism. Register for event here.
This event is part of bi-monthly virtual evening art & lit mixers. This series seeks to elevate community-grounded conversations on the various factors that influence health justice and fairness for communities in the Southwest, through the powerful and expressive vehicle of the arts.
Health Justice Futures is part of the Southwest Health Equity Research Collaborative, Fairness First campaign, which works to promote health equity for all in the Southwest (Funded by NIH 1U54MD012388).