Disparate Impact in Covid; Lifting Up Native Hawaiian and LGBTQ+ Communities

October 29, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Mānoa Campus, On Zoom; Pre-registration: http://go.hawaii.edu/9JV Add to Calendar

Covid has been an unprecedented time and one of the realities for marginalized communities is that existing societal inequalities have been exacerbated. Come be in conversation with your peers and with guest panelists on COVID issues that top of mind for you and your communities. Topics to be addressed include:

What does ʻcommunityʻ mean to you?

How have your communities been impacted by Covid?

What are our shared responsibilities moving forward?

Co-facilitated by: Dr. Kaiwipuni Lipe and Camaron Miyamoto, co-chairs of the UH Mānoa Campus Climate Committee

Special guests: Dr. Keawe Kaholokula, Nāʻālehu Anthony, Kunane Dreier and Maddalyn Sesepasara.

Co-sponsored by: COVID PAU, a project of the Hawaiʻi Covid Collaborative; Hawaiʻi Health and Harm Reduction Center; UHM Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation; UHM LGBTQ+ Center; UHM Campus Climate Committee.

Ticket Information
Pre-Registration is required: http://go.hawaii.edu/9JV

Event Sponsor
Campus Climate Committee, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Camaron Miyamoto, (808) 956-9250, camaronm@hawaii.edu

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