[Past Project] Interdependence of Care: Centering Haudenosaunee Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Indigenous nations and peoples face unique challenges in regard to healthcare, policy, and accessibility of care. This has only been made more apparent by the global COVID-19 pandemic in which the inspiring responses of indigenous people across the country further revealed a great disparity in access and organization between Indigenous Nations and their neighbors. With the help of the Columbia Research Center for Science and Subjectivity (RCSS) and the Columbia Medical School, under the supervision of Dr. Craig Blinderman, we are creating a panel that will focus on the response of nations within New York State and include several representatives from Haudenosaunee Nations in order to discuss their response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. This panel will take place on April 27th at 7 pm over Zoom.