Tiffany Tarpley and Dave DeNatale moderated the panel dialogue on WKYC.com, the WKYC app, Fb Dwell, and YouTube.
CLEVELAND — As we proceed our collection of Entrance Row: A Turning Level, analyzing whether or not the issues raised this previous summer time about systemic racism are leading to any structural social modifications, 3News hosted a panel dialogue specializing in the well being of Native Individuals on Wednesday evening.
Tiffany Tarpley and Dave DeNatale moderated the panel dialogue on psychological well being points going through Native Individuals that was livestreamed on WKYC.com, the WKYC app, and on WKYC’s Fb web page and YouTube channel.
Talking with Tiffany and Dave had been:
- Dr. Stephanie Fryberg, a College of Michigan psychology professor and Tulalip tribe member who has spent years learning the psychological results of Native stereotypes and logos on each Native Individuals and non-Natives.
- Jeremiah O’Callahan of the Onondaga (nation) Eel Clan, a part of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy. He’s a Sequoia Fellow with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society and vice chairman of the Advisory Board for Native Individuals at NASA Glenn.
- Cynthia Connolly, a citizen of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians situated in Northern Michigan. She has served as improvement director at Coverage Issues Ohio, a nonprofit coverage analysis institute, since 2015.
The dialog centered across the portrayal of Native Individuals in our society, together with the current concentrate on sports activities nicknames and mascots. Plus, the affect of how Native American historical past is being taught in faculties.
The dialogue is a prelude to November’s Entrance Row: A Turning Level particular, which can concentrate on racial disparities in well being. It airs at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 19.
You possibly can watch A Turning Level panel on Native American well being within the participant beneath:
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